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Links 1 through 10 of 21 by Mark Wagner tagged politics

This mixed ink project is facilitated by the AP (Associated Press) and focuses on the question "Should the Senate confirm Judge Sonia Sotomayor?" Very cool. And a cool model for how it might be used with students.

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I'm not sure this is the first time in history, but this is exciting: "President Obama today – for the first time in history – set in motion a new national policy aimed at both increasing fuel economy and reducing greenhouse gas pollution for all new cars and trucks sold in the United States."

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Will Richardson shared this via twitter last week: "The White House is celebrating hitting the 100 day mark by posting a few hundred photos to its Flickr stream, and they offer a peek into what's happening in the Obama White House on a day-to-day basis."

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I appreciate this tend - it's one of the reasons I voted for Obama and I look forward to seeing how far this administration will push online interactivity over the course of the next four years.

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Walden University is committed to effecting positive social change, so it's great to see them get involved in the election: "Senators McCain and Obama have committed to answering the 14 questions young Americans choose as most important to them in The Walden University Presidential Youth Debate. Send your questions in below, and then choose the final questions on September 30th!"

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Enter a topic in the search box to see what the candidates say about the topic... in their own words. Google returns only direct quotes. This is a great way to learn about the issues for the upcoming election. Share this with your students. :)

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If you haven't seen it (and want to), here's a 35 minute speech from Barack Obama on his education policy. I've reviewed it in this blog before - and may post a review of this video later.

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I've discussed Obama's education plan (and McCain's) on this blog before. It's about time for me to revisit those plans (and others) here. In the meantime, here's a fairly succinct article.

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If you haven't seen it at the Google for Educators site already, this project is getting more attention now: "With technology producing such dramatic changes in American politics, we want to make sure it's easy for teachers to bring some of the best Internet tools into the classroom to help students get engaged."

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I think this is the most important new post I've seen from the edublogosphere for a while (way to get out of the echo chamber, Will). I think this issue is central to our mission as educators today.

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