The 2016 U.S. Presidential Race: A Cheat Sheet - The Atlantic
Lincoln Chafee will drop out of the race Friday-the third Democrat to remove himself from the running in a week.
Fact-checking the first GOP debate of Election 2016: Education
What did Republican candidates say about Common Core education standards?
Education: 2016 Contenders' Views - On The Issues
Tired of media reports of fundraising and poll results instead of policy issues? At On The Issues, you can see the view of every candidate on every issue.
2016 Presidential Candidates Should Campaign on Early Childhood Education - US News
2016 presidential hopefuls should bring early childhood education to the campaign trail.
Education Votes - 2016 Election
Lately, there's been a lot of buzz about politicians who have announced candidacies, formed exploratory committees, and hired staff gearing up for the 2016 election. But have you thought about how you will voice your concerns to the next potential president of the United States?
2016 Candidates Slam Common Core, But Education Standards Take Root
On the campaign trail, Republican presidential candidates vow to roll back new U.S. education standards known as the Common Core.
5 Education Question the 2016 GOP Candidates Should Answer - US News
Voters should know where the candidates stand on these important issues.
2016 Presidential Candidates on Education - Ballotpedia
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IJ Review - Republican Canidates
As Common Core has gone from a minor issue to a possible 2016 campaign tent-pole, potential Republican candidates have been busy shaping their opinions regarding the standards and practices of the federal initiative.
Common Core Education Standards Divide Republican Presidential Candidates - Washington Times
The Common Core education standards continue to cleave the Republican presidential field, with two of the contenders defending them Wednesday as successful ways to raise students' achievement, but others who have now abandoned their support, insisting the standards are a symptom of dangerous federal overreach.