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November 29, 2010

Education Advocates to Congress: Pass a Real Budget

The lame-duck Congress is still grappling with what kind of spending plan to hammer out for fiscal year 2011.

November 18, 2010

Education Budget, Race to Top, i3 Extension Still Up in the Air

Some high priority education programs are still awaiting congressional action in the lame-duck session.

November 12, 2010

ESEA Renewal a Priority, White House Adviser Says

Melody Barnes, who leads President Barack Obama's Domestic Policy Council, told an audience at an Education Week event today that reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act is going to be a "top" priority in the new year.

November 03, 2010

Key K-12 Ally of Obama in Senate Beats Tea-Party Challenger

Colorado Sen. Michael Bennet, the former Denver schools superintendent, had strong backing from the National Education Association.

November 03, 2010

Obama: Potential for Bipartisanship With GOP on Education

K-12 policy is one area where Republicans and Democrats could see eye-to-eye, President Barack Obama said today.

November 02, 2010

Education Committee's Shea-Porter Loses Race

Rep. Carol Shea-Porter, D-N.H., a member of the House Education and Labor Committee, has criticized the No Child Left Behind Act.

November 02, 2010

AG Who Opposed NCLB is Projected Senate Winner in Conn.

Richard Blumenthal, the Democratic attorney general, sued the federal government over the No Child Left Behind Act.

November 02, 2010

Rand Paul Wins Kentucky Senate Seat, Projections Say

The Republican candidate for the state's open U.S. Senate seat is on record as saying he'd favor getting rid of the U.S. Department of Education.

October 28, 2010

Chamber of Commerce Backing Anti-Ed. Dept. Candidates

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce supported NCLB and hired former Education Secretary Margaret Spellings, but it seems to have decided other things were more important than education this election year.

October 20, 2010

O'Donnell and Coons Spar On Church-State Issue in Schools

The closely watched Delaware Senate contest scored another straight-to-YouTube moment yesterday.

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