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Romney's White Paper on Education: "A Chance for Every Child", May 2012

Author: Mitt Romney
Published May 23, 2012

Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney released this white paper on education, "A Chance For Every Child: Mitt Romney's Plan for Restoring the Promise of American Education", on May 23, 2012.

The executive summary states, "As president, Mitt Romney will pursue genuine education reform that puts the interests of parents and students ahead of special interests and provides a chance for every child. He will take the unprecedented step of tying federal funds directly to dramatic reforms that expand parental choice, invest in innovation, and reward teachers for their results instead of their tenure. These policies will equip state leaders to achieve the change that can only come from commitment and action at the local level. He will also ensure that students have diverse and affordable options for higher education to give them the skills they need to succeed after graduation and that, when they graduate, they can find jobs that provide a rewarding return on their educational investment."

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