This is for the political nerds like me. It actually should be called "The 10 Best Cabinet Members since FDR was President". Part of the list was Clinton's Education Secretary Richard Riley. Time's description of him:
"Formerly a popular South Carolina governor — in fact, he was so popular that the state's citizens amended the constitution to allow him to run for a second term — Riley was tapped by President Bill Clinton in December 1992. Among his accomplishments, Riley spearheaded initiatives to improve academic standards, made education more accessible for lower-income families and expanded college grants and loan programs. "