Will U.S. voters choose to increase funding for public education?

11/30/2011 | Education Week

The amount of taxpayer dollars being funneled into public education likely is to be a key issue in many 2012 political contests, according to the writer of this blog. Recent polls in Pennsylvania and California suggest voters support increased funding, including tax increases, to improve education, but, in Colorado, voters rejected such a measure earlier this month that would have set aside $3 billion for public schools over the next five years.

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