Post Tagged with: "Election 2012"

Congratulations to President Barack Obama!

AFSA congratulates President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden on their re-election. We were proud to endorse the president, and believe this is a victory for public education, working families, the middle-class, and an economy that works for all.

As allies in this effort, we can all gain insight from the experience of school leaders who, despite being held responsible for school performance, have all too often been ignored in formulating education policy. We look forward to working with the administration to improve these policies with the same fervor with which our members have worked to secure the president’s reelection.

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President Diann Woodard: Why I Support Obama

I recount my experience to help you understand what’s at stake today for the futures of so many more little children that may be found “playing” school, doctor, actor, or business man – children dreaming of a chance to realize their dreams. Like so many of us, President Obama believes in every little child’s dream. He understands what it means “to promote the general welfare” that is the founding vision of our democracy.

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Romney Declares His Plans to Oppose Bargaining for Public Workers

When the Fraternal Order of Police, the world’s largest organization of sworn law enforcement officers, sent a questionnaire regarding workers’ issues to President Barack Obama and candidate Mitt Romney, the differences between the two hopefuls could not be more different.

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AFSA Resolves to Endorse President Barack Obama for Re-Election

On Sunday, April 22, the AFSA General Executive Board voted unanimously to endorse President Barack Obama for re-election in 2012. Following the endorsement, AFSA President Diann Woodard released the following statement: “President Obama shares AFSA’s belief that investing in public education is the key to our nation’s future. While we may not always see eye-to-eye on every policy detail, we […]

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