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October 28, 2008

Advisers Clash Over School Funding Issues

At a meeting of the Council of the Great City Schools, urban superintendents and board members shared their views on federal funding and national standards with top advisers from both campaigns.

October 23, 2008

Is Pre-K the Right Place to Put $10 Billion?

That question was put to a panel of education experts after a debate between advisers for both major presidential campaigns.

October 21, 2008

Portfolio Confusion and the Education Advisers' Debate

The event at Teachers College reflects that neither Obama nor McCain have been very specific on testing issues under the No Child Left Behind Act.

October 16, 2008

Fact Checking the Debate: Vouchers, Teachers, and Special Education

McCain said Washington D.C. schools chief Michelle Rhee supports vouchers. Obama said she supports charters. So which is it?

October 15, 2008

Obama vs. McCain, Round 3: The Education Bonanza

For the first time in the presidential campaign, Barack Obama and John McCain engaged in a sustained, serious discussion about education.

October 07, 2008

Town Hall Debate is Virtually Education-Free

There were no questions on school policy, but Barack Obama offered an idea on what priority education would be early in his administration.

October 07, 2008

Debate Preview: Tennessee Town Hall

The Volunteer State has grappled with education funding, curriculum issues, and implementation of the No Child Left Behind Act over the past year.

October 02, 2008

Tonight's VP Debate: Will Education Make an Appearance?

If the moderator doesn't ask a question about schools, it won't be because no one tried.

October 02, 2008

Education and the Next President

Register now to watch the Webcast of a live debate Oct. 21 between top education advisers to Barack Obama and John McCain.

September 26, 2008

Obama vs. McCain: The Budget Battle Lines Are Drawn

Sen. Barack Obama strongly suggested in Friday's debate that he would not want education to be sacrificed because of Wall Street's woes.

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