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Wouldn't folks stand there on education reform in this -- Well whether there really talking about leveling the playing field here good morning to you and really we're talking about K through twelve.
Public education we need a point that out because that's you know higher red and colleges really a whole different ball of wax the President Obama.
Would like to hit a number of things expand title one funding.
School systems areas with large numbers of students.
From low income families and minority leaders say that cash should be used to turn underperforming schools around.
Instead of driving kids away.
We -- these non knowledge to students.
Out of this bears who.
Put them what we -- well we've given them an education.
So you hit T and our input a -- we hear.
And you leave -- Honda in the same condition.
You won't -- And this is really something that resonates with African American voters when you consider.
Of black students in this country come.
From homes living below the poverty level and vice president Joseph Biden is set to address the crowds here at the NAACP convention in just about an hour.
Martha we expect education to be hit on since Romney talked about it yesterday as well -- you know it's a huge issue.
And there are the a couple of different approaches to this and some people feel that throwing more money at the problem has not.
Historically been a solution that somebody charter schools have been very successful and that.
There's a little bit to Mitt Romney's approach to all of this which he hit on yesterday.
Yeah it's interesting Romney -- especially like to completely overhaul the system and take the federal funds including title one monies.
And basically give it took parents and let them choose.
What type of school they want to send their kids to be at a public school.
A private or parochial or -- charter school and some parents we spoke with a charter school in Texas yesterday tell us.
Having that say is really invaluable.
Breaking the -- important because then you realize you don't you have a choice you have options.
-- -- Go to a better school provide a better education for yourself and for your future generations.
-- that woman told me that she came from a low income neighborhood -- if her parents didn't have options for her siblings.
Then they would have never probably attended college and they are now all.
College grads -- lot of success stories like that Casey thank you very much yeah fifty and -- --
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