The Nov. 2 election for President of the United States promises to be one of the most pivotal–and closely contested–presidential elections in recent memory. The stakes are high for educators, who are faced with shrinking state budgets in concert with rising expectations for the nation’s schools. With the election just a few weeks away, eSchool News solicited the candidates’ views on the importance of technology to public education–and here’s what they had to say. — The Editors






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