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More 2006 Election Talk On The Web

Analysis of the 2006 elections continues in cyberspace and it’s likely to drag on for some time. eSchool News has decided that Democrats’ victories in the U.S. house and U.S. Senate are a good thing for education, with a possible impact on everything from technology funding to reauthorization of the federal No Child Left Behind Act. Edspresso is saying that Republican losses don’t signal the demise of the school choice movement. At Small Talk, there’s little thought that the new national Democratic leadership will make big changes to No Child Left Behind, but that some state elections, particularly in Maryland and Indiana, will have more impact in schools. And for an on-the-ground look at what San Francisco Board of Education elections mean for the Golden Gate city’s schools, check out this California blog.

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