Poll: Americans' Grade for Obama Education Policy Is Slipping
Paulson, Amanda, The Christian Science Monitor
Just 34 percent of Americans give the president an A or B, compared with 45 percent a year ago, a new survey on education says. But the poll also shows more nuanced views of education policy.
Americans' support for President Obama's education agenda is slipping, a new poll indicates.
Just 34 percent of Americans give the president a grade of A or B in his support of public schools, compared with 45 percent a year ago, according to the survey of public opinion on education, conducted by Phi Delta Kappa International (PDK) and Gallup. Support was down among Democrats and independents as well as Republicans.
But the survey, released Wednesday, also shows a …
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