Wednesday, July 19, 2006

Vilsack adds to his resume

Vilsack adds to his resume to be the named Sec. of Education in 2008. Vilsack has teamed up with Hillary Clinton on a plan to help students with rising college tuition.

Iowa Gov. Tom Vilsack and U.S. Sen. Hillary Clinton of New York appeared together here today to tout a new $220 billion Democratic initiative to send more students to college in the face of soaring tuition rates.

If enacted, it would create 1 million more college graduates than would have been expected by 2015, they said. Americans must be “the most innovative and creative people on the face of the Earth, and to do that we have to have young people have access to college,” Vilsack said.
I wonder if Hillary is trying to make up for calling young people lazy?


The Real Sporer said...

The Democrat education plan is simple.

Pay teachers more, pay staffers more, pay administrators a lot more, pour money into experimental programs, reduce the school day and, no matter where or what else you have to give, do not allow your product to be judged, or even evaluated.

Really, a high school diploma is supposed to be more than a participation certifcate.

cr said...