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August 20, 2008

I Would Walk 3,180 Miles for Obama

View Larger Map The country's two largest teachers' unions will be well represented at the Democratic Convention next week. The American Federation of Teachers will have 135 delegates in attendance. The National Education Association will be sending more than 200 delegates—including 22 superdel...

August 19, 2008

Monday Night is Union Night at the Convention

The Democrats are starting to flesh out their speaker line-up for the convention, which starts Monday night. Opening night will feature a tribute to No Child Left Behind architect Sen. Ted Kennedy, and will also feature prime-time speeches by the country's top two teachers' union leaders: Reg Weave...

August 19, 2008

Meet Your Campaign K-12 Convention Coverage Team

With the Democratic convention days away, and the GOP confab immediately following, I wanted to let you all know that Education Week's Campaign K-12 will be on the ground in Denver and in St. Paul, bringing you first-hand coverage. We'll be writing stories for our print and online versions of ...

August 15, 2008

Finally, the Democratic Platform

Earlier this week, I blogged about the education angle of the Democrats' new platform. At the time, the Democratic National Committee didn't have a final, electronic version done so I could share it with you. Well, now it does. It's a 94-page document, but their main policy positions on education s...

August 13, 2008

Mark Warner, High School Reform Advocate, to Keynote Democratic Convention

Although Barack Obama's campaign manager lauds the former Virginia governor for his work on the economy, edutypes will remember Mark Warner for his work on high school reform. Warner, who was governor from 2002-06, will deliver the keynote on Tuesday night of the convention. Campaign K-12 will be th...

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