McCain and Obama on Education

The presidential election is nearly two weeks away.  With the U.S. economy and the war in Iraq taking center stage, education has slipped to the back burner. 

 

For those teachers who want to know specifically where McCain and Obama stand on education, there is a great article in USA Today by Greg Toppo headlined, “Where they stand: McCain, Obama split on education”. 

 

The article gives a side-by-side comparison of how McCain and Obama will handle teacher recruitment, federal funding and NCLB, charter schools and school choice, early childhood education and college affordability. 

 

To read the article, click here.

 

 

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  1. They also have different visions of what drives schools to improve. President on improving teacher quality. where competition from taxpayer-supported private schools along with independently and publicly funded charter schools.

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