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School's Not Out for Legislative Candidates

School's Not Out for Legislative Candidates

David Adler, writer for the Idaho Statesman, suggested that while summer is here, candidates seeking office in the fall should not take a break from their responsibilities. Adler said education is a top state issue, especially given the budget cuts Idaho has made in education (and given the lower-than-average investment the state has historically made in education).

"Citizens, too, play a key role in promoting government accountability through attendance at and, in many cases, participation in a statewide dialogue on matters of education through town hall meetings, campaign events and debates," he told the Statesman.

Adler added that the support of the public will help candidates stay focused. 

"Education is the key to unlocking a brighter future for our chidren."

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Article by Navindra Persaud, EducationWorld Contributor

 

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