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America’s dedicated teachers should not constantly worry about job security. After Obama’s stimulus package failed to provide stability in America’s public school system, it is clear that there must be a change. We must equip our teachers with the resources and an environment where they will flourish. Republicans believe that directionless short-term funding of public schools only results in long-term problems for teachers and students. The Republican Party seeks reform in our public school system.


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ICYMI: Secretary DeVos Puts Students First

- June 17, 2017

Research

Obama Recycled His Plans For A Teacher Corps, Even Though It Is Already Predicted To “Fall Flat”

- October 4, 2012

At Last Night's Debate, Obama Reiterated His Pledge To "Hire Another Hundred Thousand Math And Science Teachers." OBAMA: "But what I've also said is let's hire another hundred thousand math and science teachers to make sure we maintain our technological lead and our people are skilled and able to succeed." ... Continue Reading »

Research

Stuck Between A Rahm And A Union

- September 12, 2012

The Strike “Creates A Political Hazard” For Obama. “A strike by Chicago teachers creates a political hazard for President Barack Obama, as he counts on the support of organized labor while trying to appeal to independent voters who tend to favor some of the education policies central to the conflict.”... Continue Reading »

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The Truth About Obama’s Teachers Claim

- October 17, 2011

“But administration officials quickly backtracked on the 400,000 number once they were quizzed by reporters during the press conference. The money would only support 400,000 teachers for one year, leaving state and local government to pick up the tab every subsequent year, admitted Katharine Abraham, a member of Obama’s Council of Economic Advisers.” ... Continue Reading »

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