Opinion: Both presidential candidates fall short on accountability in education

09/24/2004 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

In an editorial on the presidential candidates' positions on education, the Washington Post says President Bush hasn't explained what will happen in the next stage of educational reform, once testing has identified widespread school failures. Although his policy papers call for rigorous testing, the newspaper believes that in campaign speeches Sen. John Kerry sounds less committed to testing than he should be.

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