Teachers and students looking for information about the 2008 presidential campaign should visit C-SPAN Classroom, which allows users to closely track the issues and candidates shaping what promises to be a highly competitive race with new resources, discussion questions, and free, downloadable video clips. Every week, C-SPAN Classroom will post video clips of candidates’ speeches and announcements, political rallies, and other events from the campaign trail that are “classroom-ready” and culled from C-SPAN’s political coverage, including its signature program, “Road to the White House.” In addition, C-SPAN’s new Campaign 2008 Bus (www.Campaign2008Bus.org), launched in January from Des Moines, Iowa, extends the network’s education outreach by traveling to classrooms and campuses around the country. “We want to meet the early demand from teachers for timely, primary resources on the next presidential election,” said Joanne Wheeler, vice president of education relations at C-SPAN. “With the dedicated Campaign 2008 section on the C-SPAN Classroom web site, and the national tour of the Campaign 2008 Bus, our goal is to help students and teachers better understand the issues and all of the candidates–not just the front-runners–that are impacting this election.”