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Education Groups Examine Election Results

Reacting to the outcome of the recent elections, several education organizations have put out statements that recap what they see as campaign successes and lay out proposals for the new, Democratically controlled Congress. In this release, Reg Weaver, the president of the National Education Association, calls the elections a “victory for children.” The president of the American Federation of Teachers, Edward J. McElroy, called the results “a rebuke to the Republican majority.” Over at the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development that organization puts forth its hopes for the new Congressional agenda on education.

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