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Three More Takes On Obama's Education Speech

Obama Wonks It Up in Education Speech | The Trail

"There are always good schools in every state, in every school district and at every income level...The question we have to figure out is how do we scale up?"

Obama Urges Education Reform - From The Road

Earlier in his speech, Obama referred to the ongoing teacher talks in Denver. Dozens of teachers in two different public schools called in sick in opposition to their ongoing contract negotiations.

Obama's 'Solution' For Bridging U.S. Science Gap: Eliminate SATs - InformationWeek.

The candidate didn't come right out and say he'd scrap the SATs, but it sure sounds like he's thinking along those lines: "We also need to realize that we can meet high standards without forcing teachers and students to spend most of the year preparing for a single, high-stakes test," Obama said, according to a transcript of his remarks.

 
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