Elected officials at every level have a responsibility to ensure that all children have quality public schools that prepare them for college and a career. In turn, individuals have a powerful role when it comes to electing candidates and passing measures that support quality public education.
As citizens, we have the ability to set high expectations for public education, elect school board members, pay taxes to support public schools, vote for school bond referenda and elect public officials who fulfill campaign promises.
This guide is written for everyone who wants to know how to recognize questions and issues that impact quality public education and is designed to help you ask informed questions of candidates and office holders.
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Title: Who's for Public Education? Give Kids Good Schools Guide to Elected Officials and Candidates
Publication date 2011-09-07
Publication Year 2011
Public Education Network (PEN)
North America / United States
, college and career
, public schools
, education statistics
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