What the Republican Surge Means for Education Policy
by Andrew P. Kelly - November 09, 2010
In an earlier piece, Rick Hess and Andrew Kelly hypothesized that, contrary to popular belief, a Republican surge in the midterm elections would not benefit President Obama's education agenda. A look at the actual results proves this belief. The Democrats who lost in the midterm elections were largely moderate and in more conservative districts. The resulting House of Representatives is therefore more polarized than before.
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