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The Washington Post's education page has full coverage of President Obama's noon speech on education to students at Wakefield High School in Arlington. To read more, click here»

Posted at 11:51 AM ET on Sep 8, 2009
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After having heard the speech.. and reflecting on the opposition, I fully understand that the uneducated among us is poisonous to our national health.

Learning is about information.. a mix of everything under the words: ideas, new ideas. Youth and students, all about learning.

Made sure those who I could reach around me-- heard it. And of course, I have even higher expectations. The President is perfect as a role model. What a success story? Yes, no need to have us define him. That level of confidence comes through learning, information, and in the process developing a sense of self.

To the president on this speech-- Bravo! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vN5PbSvFFAE

Posted by: Victoria5 | September 9, 2009 8:20 AM

After having heard the speech.. and reflecting on the opposition, I fully understand that the uneducated among us is poisonous to our national health.

Learning is about information.. a mix of everything under the words: ideas, new ideas. Youth and students, all about learning.

Made sure those who I could reach around me-- heard it. And of course, I have even higher expectations. The President is perfect as a role model. What a success story? Yes, no need to have us define him. That level of confidence comes through learning, information, and in the process developing a sense of self.

To the president on this speech-- Bravo! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vN5PbSvFFAE

Posted by: Victoria5 | September 9, 2009 8:18 AM

JakeD: - Notre Dame did let him speak.
Rendering unto Ceasar...

Posted by: JohnQuimby | September 8, 2009 9:29 PM

Notre Dame should not have allowed him to speak there either.

Posted by: JakeD | September 8, 2009 2:08 PM

Cannot beleive the media fell for the antics of the Right and joined in calling this a “controversy.” Its Notre Dame all over again…

http://www.political-buzz.com/

Posted by: parkerfl1 | September 8, 2009 1:33 PM

Posted by: JakeD | September 8, 2009 12:55 PM

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