Did your guy win or lose? Half of the nation is celebrating this day after the presidential election, and the other half is shaking its head in defeat. The next four years look hopeful. The next four years look bleak. I was too tired last night to stay up late waiting for the polling results. So ...
All Blog Posts With Mitt Romney Tag or Category
November 07, 2012
October 30, 2012
President Obama is leading Republican challenger Mitt Romney by 17 percentage points among likely youth voters.
October 23, 2012
I have been a diligent student of this Presidential election. I have watched all the debates, viewed all the ads in two battleground states, read the barrage of emails from the candidates, and studied the education records and promises of Governor Romney and President Obama. My conclusion is that---...
October 02, 2012
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney said young undocumented immigrants who've been granted relief from deportation and received legal work permits would not be deported if he wins the White House.
September 25, 2012
Mitt Romney doesn't think the federal government should provide support—financial or otherwise—for common standards, which have been adopted by forty-six states and the District of Columbia.
September 15, 2012
Sure there will be tension. Of course, there will be disagreements. One of my favorite quotes, source unknown, is, "Where there is unanimity, someone is not being represented." But, let me assure everyone that when it comes to a shared vision of great public schools for each and every child in Amer...
September 06, 2012
Listen to Politics K-12's Alyson Klein discuss the education platforms of both presidential candidates.
September 05, 2012
Young attendees at the Democratic convention say there is an enthusiasm gap on the issue of college access and cost between their party and the GOP.
August 31, 2012
GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney's campaign made the case that he was an advocate for education as governor of Massachusetts.
August 30, 2012
High school students in a women's studies class sort through the fact, fiction, and fuzziness of presidential television spots.