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Working together to embrace education reform

November 9, 2011
By Christopher Duree , Times-Republican

The political winds have already started to drift through the media and into our homes in anticipation of next year's presidential election. For obvious reasons, much of the rhetoric is focused on the economy and job creation. There is little doubt that these will be the paramount issues of debate through next November. Given the well-known fact that a better education is generally the pathway to better paying jobs, at some point the potential candidates will need to momentarily quit sparring about the economy and discuss their stance on how we can improve our schools and provide equal educational opportunities for everyone.

 
 
 

 

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