Class Struggle

Gordon, Robert
June 2005
New Republic;6/6/2005, Vol. 232 Issue 21/22, p24
Presents the author's view on the Democratic Party's education policies. Review of educational policies discussed in the 2004 Presidential campaign; View that U.S. President George W. Bush appealed to the American public's desire for education funding and accountability while John Kerry only discussed the idea of increasing educational funding; Importance of a clear Democratic agenda on education to the party's success; Analysis of the "No Child Left Behind Act"; View that a progressive education agenda should offer resources and reform while focusing on the importance of the public school system.


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