V.P. Biden also told us what we wanted to hear.
(btw, when Biden talks about "the President" in this speech, remember, he's talking about George W. Bush.)
On the other hand, if you think, "maybe we should support the other guy" take a look at this...
What’s missing in the Romney agenda is any reference to early childhood education, which is research-based; no reference to asking Congress to pay the long-promised share of the costs of special education; nothing about equity issues; nothing about professional preparation or professional development...All of these issues–and others–will be left to the workings of the free market, which is not known for producing equality of educational opportunity.[Emphasis mine]
Most consequentially, there is not a word of support for America’s public schools. Not one.
So which do we vote for? More of the same, or an even worse scenario?
- Dump Duncan.Org
- Parents Across America
- Grassroots Education Movement
- National Resolution on High Stakes Testing
Stop the Testing Insanity!