Putting Education Reform To The Test

What the Presidential Candidates Said About Education

Ed Week has the rundown on the education discussion at last night’s first presidential debate. They highlight Mitt Romney’s claim that he won’t cut education funding despite a pledge to cut federal discretionary spending by 20 percent.

Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney, in his most detailed comments about education spending yet, pledged during Wednesday night’s debate with President Barack Obama in Denver that he would not cut federal education funding if elected-even as he made the case that he’s the best choice to rein in a mounting deficit.

Read more at: blogs.edweek.org

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