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Campaign 2012: Sleepytime For Education Issues

image from www.10tv.comThree little education-related campaign stories for you to chew on: The nation's largest teachers union is going for a policy two-fer hitting tax loopholes and education funding:  NEA Wants $1.5 Trillion From Closed Corporate Tax Loopholes To Fund Popular Education Programs TPM. Secretary Duncan is going to appear with Rev. Al Sharpton and others at the  National Action Network Convention starting tomorrow. The scamps over at Politics K12 have some advice for the presumptive Republican nominee: How Can Romney Bridge the Gender Gap? Talk About Education.  Anything else?  let me know.  


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the campaign to fund the popular education program is really great idea, i hope the campaign success

CMP:Obat Pelangsing

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