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Voters Tell Politicians: Hit the Books!

For people who think education is not important to voters this election year, the College Board (purveyor of the SAT and AP tests) has some surprising news. Over at Politics K-12 fellow writer Alyson Klein has the full run-down of a survey released by the College Board of swing state voters and their thoughts on education. The big revelation is that in terms of its personal importance to voters, education is right up there with health care and government spending as an issue. But click on the link for all the numbers and other details.

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