Education Week Election 2000: Education-Related Results
Education Week has been following and will continue to follow the twists and turns of this extraordinary election. Watch for detailed coverage in the next issue, published on the Web on Monday, Nov. 14, at 6:00 p.m. Here are today's exclusive Education Week on the Web stories:
- New President Must Work With Divided Congress. While the presidential race is too close to call, one thing appears certain for the education community after Tuesday’s elections: Whoever finally wins the White House will have to work with a closely divided Congress to pass several important school bills. Includes the chart, Results in Selected Congressional Races.
- Voters Deliver Verdict on State Ballot Questions. Arizona voters, following in the footsteps of California, have voted to end bilingual education. And initiatives to provide state-funded vouchers failed in California and Michigan. Read results of other measures in the state-by-state chart, State Ballot Questions: Results.
- In Governors' Races, No Significant Change in Party Balance. Includes the charts, Key Gubernatorial Results, and State School Chiefs Results.