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Focus on the Democratic National Convention

By Deanna Del Ciello — July 26, 2016 1 min read

A member of the Education Week team covering this week’s Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, multimedia producer Deanna Del Ciello offers her unique view of the event.

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton delivers her acceptance speech on the final night of the Democratic National Convention on July 28 in Philadelphia.
Hillary Clinton acknowledges the crowd before delivering her acceptance speech on the final night of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.
An observer records the moment on his cellphone as Hillary Clinton delivers her acceptance speech before the Democratic National Convention.
Flags frame Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton as she delivers her acceptance speech on the final night of the Democratic National Convention.
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine wave to the crowd after Clinton accepted the Democratic nomination for president on the final night of the Democratic National Convention.
Balloons cascade onto Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine during the final night of the Democratic National Convention.
A massive balloon drop closed out the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.
Sylvia Crier, a delegate to the Democratic National Convention from New Orleans, waits for the next speaker on the final night of the Democratic National Convention.
Delegates and observers watch President Barack Obama take the stage on the third night of the Democratic National Convention on July 27 in Philadelphia.
Campaign buttons and sequins decorate a delegate’s hat on the third night of the Democratic National Convention.
Blue light bathes delegates while they wait for the next speech on the third night of the Democratic National Convention.
A delegate reacts during a speech about gun violence, during the third night of the Democratic National Convention.
Former President Bill Clinton addresses the crowd at the Democratic National Convention on July 26 in Philadelphia.
Kim Cubin, from Washington, D.C., tears up as Hillary Clinton is named the first woman presidential nominee of a major party on the second night of the Democratic National Convention.
Wisconsin delegate Karla Stoebig waits for her state’s turn to cast delegate votes during the roll call on the second night of the Democratic National Convention.
National Education Association President Lily Eskelsen Garcia speaks to a crowd at a Democratic Legislative Campaign Committee event on the second day of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders takes in the crowd’s applause before he begins his speech at the Democratic National Convention on Monday, July 25, at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia.
Sen. Bernie Sanders, primary rival of presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, leaves the stage after his speech Monday evening at the Democratic National Convention.
Some delegates at the Democratic National Convention made personal edits to their signs on Monday to show support for Sen. Bernie Sanders.
First Lady Michelle Obama takes in the crowd’s cheers before beginning her speech at the Democratic National Convention on Monday at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Pa.
Reflecting the convention theme of party unity, a delegate displays a “Rise Together” sign at the Democratic National Convention on Monday.

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