Most political and policy “insiders” are of the belief that the Chicago Teachers Union won last month’s strike, and that Gov. Mitt Romney out-performed President Barack Obama when it came to education-focused comments during last week’s debate, a recent survey by Whiteboard Advisors has found, the Huffington Post reports. Nearly 30 percent of respondents -- who include current and former senior staff from the U.S. Department of Education, White House, Congress and think tanks -- felt that parents and students were the ones who really lost in the week-and-a-half-long Chicago...

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