Vice President Biden emphasizes areas of agreement with NEA's vision of public education.


An item to delay a vote on whether or not to endorse Barack Obama was just voted down by the National Education Association's delegate assembly. Now, pay attention please: This does not mean that the union will actually endorse Obama later this weekend! It merely means the vote won't be put off. There was quite a fierce debate on both sides of the equation on this one, and some really fabulous quotes. Like one from the delegate in favor of a delay: "We are not pregnant, and we don't need a shotgun wedding," she said. "Let's wait and not allow ...


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