Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Obama supports teacher merit pay in education speech

President Barack Obama unveiled more details on his plan to reform U.S. education from "cradle to career." In a speech that aides called a first step to reforming U.S. schools, Obama focused on merit-based pay for teachers, lowering the high school dropout rate and ensuring states have world-class education standards. The News & Observer (Raleigh, N.C.)/The Associated Press , CBS News , The Washington Post/Reuters , Bloomberg

1 comment:

Dan said...

If you support these core initiatives:
• Effective, empowered teachers and school leaders;
• Student assessments that stress 21st century skills;
• Universal access to high-quality early education;
• A safe, healthy learning environment; and
• Affordable college for all students;
Then let President Obama know! Visit EDVOTERS.ORG and sign the petition today!

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