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What's on Your Presidential Must-Do List?

The American Society of Quality wants educators to weigh in on what the next president should have on his "to-do" list.

The group, which puts on the National Quality Education Conference for teachers, administrators and support personnel every year, wants educators to fill out a five-minute, three-question survey to help them compile this list, which will be delivered to either Barack Obama or John McCain after the Nov. 4 election.

The survey asks respondents to rank nine education issues in order of importance, rank seven things that American students need more of in their education, and to identify one thing the president should do to improve education.

What would rank first on your to-do list for the next president?

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