Salon.com: Draft Speech on Education for the Sanders and/or Clinton Campaigns

Both Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders have decided to start talking about the state of K-12 public education in recent weeks.  This is a very positive, if overdue, development, with both of them questioning the efficacy and priority of charter schools in the national dialogue on educating our children; and Sanders recently proposing a new, equity-focused approach to funding education in the United States.

Still, the candidates’ words don’t seem to resonate with many of the largely untapped public education parents and teachers who are in search of a candidate. Neither candidate really has a grasp on the varied and complex issues that have to be addressed when considering the changes and reforms our schools and children truly need.  Let’s help their campaigns by outlining the speech that at least one of them ought to give — and soon.

Which campaign wants to lay claim to public schools supporters? Easy. Whoever embraces these ideas first. Just imagine:

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