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April 25, 2019

Joe Biden, Gun-Free School Zones Champion, Busing Critic, Is Running for President

As a U.S. senator and vice president, Biden focused on preschool, gun-free school zones, and the Obama administration's response to the Newtown, Conn. school shooting in 2012.

October 02, 2008

Give Palin and Biden Extra Credit for Bringing Up Schools

There wasn’t a single question on schools during the vice presidential debate, but the candidates managed to sneak in some comments on education.

October 02, 2008

Tonight's VP Debate: Will Education Make an Appearance?

If the moderator doesn't ask a question about schools, it won't be because no one tried.

August 27, 2008

On Education, Biden Sounds Like Obama

Now that Joe Biden is the vice presidential candidate, he appears to have adopted the education platform of Barack Obama.

August 24, 2008

Biden: Whoops, I Voted the Wrong Way on NCLB

Presumptive vice presidential nominee Joe Biden voted for NCLB, but now he regrets it. The Delaware senator said in a presidential debate last year said he voted for the now controversial law in 2001 because he "has great faith in Ted Kennedy," the Massachusetts Democrat who led the effort to ensur...

August 24, 2008

Joe Biden: Cool to Merit Pay, Warm to Pre-K

During his short-lived campaign for president, Democrat Joe Biden said education would be his top domestic priority. But it's clear that Sen. Barack Obama of Illinois didn't pick Biden as his vice-presidential pick because of domestic issues, but because of his foreign relations credentials. So as...

December 20, 2007

Biden's Memorable Education Plan

Although Democratic candidate Joe Biden says education will be his top domestic priority if elected president, his plan to fix public schools apparently isn't very remarkable, or memorable, at least to the Associated Press. A story that moved on the AP wires today declared: "Democrat Joe Biden unve...

November 16, 2007

Democratic Candidates on Merit Pay: Teachers' Unions Have Nothing to Worry About

In last night's Democratic debate on CNN, the seven presidential candidates were asked whether they were in favor of the very controversial issue of merit pay for teachers, which is generally fiercely opposed by some of the Democrats' biggest supporters—the teachers' unions. None of the candidate...

October 05, 2007

The Pre-K Promise

Democratic U.S. Sen. Joseph Biden of Delaware becomes the latest presidential candidate to unveil his education plan. The gist of his proposal, unveiled in Iowa, is that he wants to turn the country's traditional K-12 public education system into more of a 16-year pathway—with two years of high-...


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