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Obama Panders, Then Pushes, On NCLB

By Alexander Russo — February 12, 2007 1 min read
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This weekend in Des Moines, Barack Obama first pandered, then pushed in response to a teachers’ question about NCLB, according to this story in the the Des Moines Register. Specifically, he called for more money for the law and for teachers. But then called for more accountability for achievement. Will this candor hurt Obama’s chances of winning the nomination?

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