The union praises John McCain's running mate for her commitment to public education but calls attention to her lack of experience.


The Alaska Republican is also known for juggling her duties as chief executive with those of a parent.


Democratic nominee calls for the creation of a “new army of teachers” who would be paid higher salaries.


The chairman of the House Education and Labor Committee seemed excited, almost giddy, about Obama’s candidacy.


Students at a school Obama visited are probably more politically engaged than most kids their age.


The retiring NEA president says he made up his mind early on that he would support Obama.


Now that Joe Biden is the vice presidential candidate, he appears to have adopted the education platform of Barack Obama.


The Democrats for Education Reform have apparently arrived on the convention scene.


A major goal of the $60 million effort to promote education in the campaign is to be a player in the transition, whether the winner is McCain or Obama.


Education Week reporter Michele McNeil asks an NEA delegate and teacher why he supports Barack Obama.


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