DENVER, Aug 23, 2008 /PRNewswire-USNewswire via COMTEX/ -- The National Education Association will play a key role in getting Sen. Barack Obama elected the next president of the United States. NEA's $50 million election campaign strategy targets "swing states" -- including Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Michigan, Missouri, Ohio, Virginia, and New Mexico. The campaign emphasizes targeting members, their spouses, and all other immediate family members of voting-age.
Any chance of spending this on some double-blind education research to determine the value (or not) of block scheduling, developing new edu-lingo, putting technology in the classroom, going back to basics, guide-on-side vs sage-on-stage teaching?
Didn't think so.