Nation’s Teachers Hope Education Finally Makes Debate Appearance

WASHINGTON—There have been a number of presidential candidate debates already, and public education has not even be a question at any thus far. The nation’s school employees are hoping public education finally enters the national political dialogue in New Hampshire next week.


Five years after NCLB became law, President Bush’s hallmark of education reform finds the nation’s teachers among an ever-growing chorus calling for change.  NCLB is set for reauthorization by Congress this year and, with more than a few of the presidential candidates serving as current members of Congress, educators will particularly be on the look-out for debate dialogue around fixing the controversial law.