Presidential education policy: Where's the beef?

With everything else going on in the presidential campaign, education policy hasn’t received much attention. EdWeek has been doing a good job of tracking the candidates’ positions on education on their Campaign 08 site.

Also of note: EdWeek plans to webcast a live debate next week between Linda Darling-Hammond, education adviser to Barack Obama, and Lisa Graham Keegan, education adviser to John McCain. The event is scheduled for 7pm Eastern on Tuesday, October 21. If you want to watch the debate, go here to register.

Update: the debate is over, but a recording is available for your online viewing pleasure.

posted October 19, 2008 by eric

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