Bush and Gore Bring Education To The Forefront In Their Quests For Nomination
- What can candidates do, really, on education? Marks, Alexandra // Christian Science Monitor;5/18/2000, Vol. 92 Issue 124, p3
Considers the reality of politicians' ability to handle difficult problems which face the educational community in the United States, especially George W. Bush and Al Gore, the two main presidential candidates for the 2000 election.
- Presidential Material. Russo, Alexander // Teacher Magazine;Nov/Dec99, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p20
Deals with several presidential candidates of the United States (US) and their views on education. What Governor George W. Bush has done for education; Occupation of Malcolm S. Forbes; Views on education by John McCain; Promise of former Senator Bill Bradley.
- Pursuing Happiness. Ward, Daniel // Language Magazine;Nov2012, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p6
An introduction is presented in which the editor discusses various reports within the issue on the need for U.S. presidential candidates to focus on education and on the love for languages.
- Shift to Center Seen in Bids To Mold President's Agenda. Stricherz, Mark // Education Week;11/08/2000, Vol. 20 Issue 10, p8
Reports on the effort to shape the education agenda under the incoming president of the United States. Differing views of presidential candidates George W. Bush and Al Gore on school vouchers; Stance of the Heritage Foundation on education; Adoption of the centrist line by the Center on...
- Urban School Leaders Call for Activist Federal Policy. Reid, Karla Scoon // Education Week;11/08/2000, Vol. 20 Issue 10, p12
Reports on developments about education in the United States as of November 8, 2000. Outline by the Council of the Great City Schools of its priorities and hopes under the administration of the president-elect; Difference between presidential candidates' views of the federal role in urban...
- Schools that keep promises. // Christian Science Monitor;10/23/2000, Vol. 92 Issue 232, p8
Discusses the idea of holding United States schools accountable for the education they provide to children. Use of standardized tests in such an evaluation; Implications regarding the use of school vouchers; Importance of the matter to the campaigns of 2000 United States presidential candidates...
- Backwards Reels the Mind. Doyle, Denis P. // Educational Leadership;Mar2004, Vol. 61 Issue 6, p96
Presents an article about the stance of U.S. 2004 presidential candidates on education. Difference between the approaches of the Republican and Democratic parties to education; Background of the role of the federal government in education.
- GOP hopefuls of one mind on education. Pitsch, Mark // Education Week;2/7/96, Vol. 15 Issue 20, p1
Reports on the near-unanimity of Republican candidates for the 1996 presidential elections on education issues. Candidates' agreement on what to be done to improve education; Contrast between the Republicans and President Bill Clinton on education issues; Voters' concern with candidates'...
- Dean Announces Plan to Bolster K-12 Education, Reform No
Child Left Behind Act. Hammer, Ben // Black Issues in Higher Education;12/18/2003, Vol. 20 Issue 22, p10
Reports on a plan announced by U.S. Democratic Party presidential candidate Howard Dean in Davenport, Iowa that will strengthen K-12 education in the U.S. Remarks from Dean on the No Child Left Behind Act; Features of Dean's plan; Expansion of the Family and Medical Leave Act.