Education Votes highlights key elements of Colorado gubernatorial candidate Cary Kennedy’s education plan.
Gubernatorial candidate Ed Gillespie’s connection to the student loan industry—as well as Trump and DeVos—should concern Virginia voters.
Educator says voters have a ‘better choice’ for state’s highest office
Radical North Carolina legislators vote to override Governor Bev Perdue’s veto of a Republican-authored budget that will drop North Carolina to 49th in the nation in funding per pupil.
Steve Cook (at right) readies for tough job leading during difficult times.
Throughout the evening and night, Education Votes will be tracking election results and updating this space with profiles of some of our Education Champions.
37 Governors Races. 37 U.S. Senate Races. 435 U.S. House Races. Dozens of ballot measures and initiatives that would affect public education, students and educators. That’s what’s at stake in November!
On his first day in office, he restored $92 million in cuts to education, including funds for higher education, early childhood education, full-day kindergarten and retroactive salary increases for public higher education faculty.
The EdVotes Campaign 2010 web page is a tool that will help us stand up for students, our schools and our communities at the ballot box.
Governor O’Malley has maintained the state’s commitment to the policies and priorities that led to Maryland being recognized by Education Week magazine as having America’s best public schools two years running.