Ed-lection 2012

(c)2012 the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette The Pittsburgh Public Schools board is preparing to vote on a resolution opposing sequestration
"My worst fear is it'll continue to be the same," said Diane Ravitch, a New York University historian and one of Obama's
The measure was symbolic of Castro's promise to work toward economic prosperity for the low-wage city. It was his big push
But a few hours before midnight, Bennett was losing the race. "We know the work we had done over the last three years had
The laws would have phased out tenure and offered bonuses to teachers who raised student test scores. Advocates of merit
"These votes trickle in via mail and it could be several days before the vote is finalized," Rees said. "But the people on
Despite disagreeing with some of Obama's central education policies, such as tying teacher evaluations to test scores, both
Below, a look at how other states voted Tuesday on their respective education funding measures. On ballots in states from
As voters cast their ballots today, those with an eye on education are keeping tabs on where states are leaning on the numerous
At Watson Elementary School in Rockville Centre, N.Y., Kate Zimmer's first grade class is busy filling out their ballots