Education in the Presidential Campaigns

December 28, 2007 1 min read

With the presidential primaries approaching, the candidates are ramping up their efforts to reach out to voters. A recent Education Week article examines how the education records of three of the candidates with gubernatorial experience have influenced their presidential campaigns.

As education fights for a place in this presidential campaign, issues such as the war in Iraq, the economy, and health care continue to dominate the political debate.

Do you think the candidates are focused enough on education in this race? If not, what should the candidates be talking about when it comes to public schools?

A version of this news article first appeared in the TalkBack blog.