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!
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“For many generations, one generation to the next has promised that kids who work hard and succeed in school will have the chance to have a college education.”
Why is this election important? Why should education voters go to the polls?
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.
Senator Murray, a one-time community college instructor, was at the forefront of an education crisis in August that drew national attention: the imminent layoff of hundreds of thousands of teachers.
U.S. Representative Joe Courtney believes the future of our nation and economy depends on investing now in the education and skills of our children.
It’s her commitment to public education that has Senator Boxer staking out her position as Congress prepares to take up No Child Left Behind next year.
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.
Up to 1,400 teachers in Nevada may return to the classroom for the 2010-11 school year, thanks, in part, to U.S. Representative Dina Titus.