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2014’s Best and Worst Players in Public Education

December 17, 2014 | NEA Today

2014 saw the formation of a much-needed and long overdue new organization to advocate for public schools. Democrats for Public Education (DPE) was launched in June by Ted Strickland, former governor of Ohio, and political consultant Donna Brazile. U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin

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Op-Ed from DPE Co-Chair Donna Brazile – “Don’t Abolish Teacher Tenure”

October 30, 2014 | CNN

by Donna Brazile October 29, 2014 Time magazine has clearly kicked up a hornet’s nest with its downright insulting cover headlined “Rotten Apples,” and coupled with the blurb, “It’s nearly impossible to fire a bad teacher. Some tech millionaires may

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Democrats Sign On to New Public Education Advocacy Group

October 30, 2014 | Politico

Democrats for Public Education, the new 527 political advocacy group formed to push back against education reform efforts, today is releasing a list of supporters nationwide.They include Maria Cardona, a former senior advisor to the Hillary Clinton for President campaign;

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Loretta Weinberg, Bonnie Watson Coleman, Babs Casbar Sign on to Democrats for Public Education

October 30, 2014

Despite the attempted tear-down of teachers by people like Chris Christie, and the glossy introduction of chartery takeovers in Camden and elsewhere, polling shows overwhelming support nationally for local schools, the teachers who work there, adequate funding for public education and healthy

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Democrats for Public Education Releases List of Bold-Face Name Supporters from Across USA

October 29, 2014

DPE Momentum Continues to Grow (WASHINGTON, D.C.) – Today, Democrats For Public Education (DPE) released a list of bold names who signed on as supporters for the newly-launched organization. DPE is a 527 formed to show that Democrats remain united