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Center for Next Generation Survey: Americans want Candidates to Focus More on Education

October 2, 2012

“More than three quarters of voters polled said they want the next president to make education a top or high priority (78 percent),” and voters are “willing to pay more in taxes and reduce spending in other areas if the funds were dedicated to K-12 education.” That’s according to Matt James, CEO of the Center for the Next Generation, in a recent Huffington Post piece discussing their new report co-written by the Center for American Progress – “The Competition that Really Matters: Comparing U.S., Chinese and Indian Investments in the Next Generation Workforce.”

Read the Huffington Post piece here.

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