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August 07, 2008

Did the Teachers' Unions Endorse the Wrong Guy?

USA Today editorial writer Richard Whitmire makes that case in an EdWeek commentary you can read here. The gist of Whitmire's piece? John McCain will do more to gut NCLB then will Barack Obama. What do you think? Flypaper thinks his idea isn't so far-fetched. This Week in Education thinks it's tr...

July 23, 2008

McCain and Obama Advisers on Spec Ed, NCLB, and Funding

Sen. John McCain will be filling in the blanks in his education plan in a "little bit" with proposals on prekindergarten, college access and affordability, and special education, top education adviser Lisa Graham Keegan told the National Conference of State Legislators today in New Orleans. While m...

July 17, 2008

The Four Words Not to be Uttered on the Campaign Trail

No Child Left Behind. Apparently, the McCain camp has decided talking about NCLB is not good. During his speech to the NAACP, the Arizona senator made no mention of the law that will have to be re-authorized during his presidency if he's elected. And during a conference call yesterday following ...

June 25, 2008

Which Demographic Hates NCLB the Most?

A new poll out today reaffirms the obvious: Voters are really worried about their pocketbooks. Education ranks third as the most important issue this year, behind gas prices, and jobs and the economy, according to a poll taken last month by Lake Research Partners and sponsored by the Public Educatio...

June 06, 2008

A General Election Education Debate. Sort Of.

From contributing blogger Alyson Klein: So this morning I attended the Association of Educational Publishers election forum in Washington. Lisa Graham Keegan, former Arizona schools chief turned adviser to the presidential campaign of Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., squared off with Jeanne Century, dire...

June 04, 2008

The Shape of Things to Come

From contributing blogger Alyson Klein: Last night kicked off the general election in earnest. And, although neither Sen. Barack Obama of Illinois nor Sen. John McCain of Arizona focused in detail on education in their speeches (big surprise), their general election arguments on education began to ...

May 20, 2008

Kentucky Primary: A Missed Opportunity?

From contributing blogger Alyson Klein: Kentucky and Oregon hold their Democratic primaries today. And I have to say, I'm sorry we didn't get to the Blue Grass State earlier in the election cycle, when it might have actually mattered more. The state has a storied history of education redesign, dati...

March 20, 2008

NCLB on Letterman

It's already starting! Al Franken, who is challenging Sen. Norm Coleman, a Republican, for his Senate seat in the swing state of Minnesota, showed up on David Letterman on Tuesday night ... and bashed No Child Left Behind! On late night TV! Shockingly, Letterman wasn't nearly as excited as I was ....

March 19, 2008

Clinton on Differentiated Consequences

Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, D-N.Y., yesterday released a statement that amounted to a back-handed compliment of the U.S. Department of Education's plan to allow up to 10 states to use "differentiated consequences" in implementing the No Child Left Behind Act. "While a small pilot, this is a long ...

March 04, 2008

Education and NCLB in the Presidential Election

This is from guest blogger and EdWeek assistant managing editor Mark Walsh, who took a break from his own blog on education law to provide this Campaign K-12 dispatch: Education won't be any more prominent of an issue in the in the general election campaign for the White House this fall than it ha...

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