Pushing for Strong Public Schools

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Voters say their mayors or county supervisors, and their state legislators, should play greater roles in advocating for quality public education.

SOURCE: "Demanding Quality Public Education in Tough Economic Times: What Voters Want From Elected Leaders," 2003

Vol. 22, Issue 26, Page 22

Published in Print: March 12, 2003, as Pushing for Strong Public Schools
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