But where do you stand on education, Senator?

By Jane Callahan

Want to learn more about the Presidential candidates’ views on education policy? Tune in to a free webcast of the education advisors from the Obama and McCain campaigns sponsored by Teachers College, Columbia University. 

Tuesday, Oct 21 at 7 p.m. Eastern time, Linda Darling-Hammond, an education advisor to Senator Obama, will join Lisa Graham Keegan, an education advisor for Senator McCain, to discuss education issues.  To register for the webcast visit www.edweek.org/go/tcdebate.


2 thoughts on “But where do you stand on education, Senator?

  1. edbooked

    The substitution of politically motivated policies and practices for sound principles of education has lead to the currentl decline in quality public education. The potential, challenges, and obstacles that currently litter the public education landscape are discussed in the novel, The Twilight’s Last Gleaming On Public Education, available via http://www.Xlibris.com, http://www.bn.com, http://www.borders.com, or http://www.amazon.com. This intriguing, socially relevant, and enlightening story possesses many of the elements commonly found in just about every school system throughout the United States. Check it out for youself. Discuss it with your friends. See if you can identify with the characters and situations presented. Do you agree with the proposed solutions? To actually correct deficiencies would leave politicians bereft of a favorite campaign topic.

  2. Zaire

    The education is slowly lose its quality. Education is. in today’s mean only a degree, not a knowledge. The higher education become more expensive so the poor students cann’t step ahead in this direction.
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