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GOP Presidential Candidates Have Views On Education, Too

By Alexander Russo — April 11, 2007 1 min read
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These two roundups of GOP candidates’ views on education show, generally, that education isn’t on anyone’s front burner just yet:

Most GOP Education Activists Still Sizing Up Field EdWeek
Republican experts on education issues are largely uncommitted at this early stage. Some state policymakers have begun advising one of the candidates, but most are waiting to see the ideas the current candidates put forth or who else gets into the race.

Presidential Candidates on Education: The Republicans The Huffington Post
A look at statements from the campaign websites of Rudy Giuliani, John McCain, Mitt Romney, and Sam Brownback.

Wake me up when one of them comes out promising to pull us out of NCLB without abandoning any of the troops teachers on the ground.

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