The politics of education, in 30 seconds flat

Pitsch, Mark; Lindsay, Drew
October 1994
Education Week;10/26/94, Vol. 14 Issue 8, p8
Comments on the 1994 political campaign of candidates in the United States which promises solutions to education-related problems in 30 seconds. Reason for the choice of education as a political campaign; Opinion on the commercials of Democratic candidate for California Kathleen Brown; Democratic incumbent for Georgia Governor Zell Miller.


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