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Arne Duncan on team Romney: ‘They see education as an expense’


When addressing the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte Wednesday, U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan appealed to the crowd not in his official capacity, but “as a parent with two young children who attend a wonderful public school,” the Huffington Post reports.

“No one has more at stake in this election than our kids, and that is why we need to re-elect President Obama!” Duncan said, before stressing that the quality of America’s schools speaks to the next generation’s employment prospects.

But Duncan did not overtly mention class size, the Obama campaign’s loudest rallying cry against Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney when it comes to K-12 education. Instead, Duncan’s brief remarks toed the line between Obama’s education record, and the way the president’s campaign has attacked Romney on the issue…

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