Education remains politicians' hot topic, as seen in 1998 elections

November 1998
Electronic Education Report;11/11/98, Vol. 5 Issue 21, p8
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Reports on the educational issues included in the campaign platforms of politicians in the United States. Support for increase in educational spending in New York and Texas; Impact of the increased focus to educational to instructional materials spending; Democrats' position on educational spending.


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