Calling all KDP members to vote!  
 
 
Dear KDP Member,

The KDP Public Policy Committee is publishing this five-part series to inform you about the presidential parties' positions on education.

In each piece, we will focus on one of the following issues: standards and standardized testing, financing a college education, support for teachers, access to a quality education, and the globalization of the workforce. As a committee, we believe that these issues represent the most important ones educators are facing today.

This fifth—and final—edition is on the globalization of the workforce.

To maintain an impartial stance, we present direct excerpts from the parties' platforms. We encourage KDP members to conduct their own analyses of the positions held by the parties as well as their candidates before making their voices heard on November 8th.

Did you know you can vote early?
Simply "google" early voting in your state to discover where and how to ensure that your voice is heard.

Why should educators vote?
Watch this video clip of Dr. Terry Smith, Professor of Political Science and Director of the Honors Program at Columbia College, share why all educators should vote in the upcoming election.

Below, you will find the parties' positions on the globalization of the workforce.
*Note: The parties are listed in alphabetical order.
 
 
 
 
 
democratic
 
 
 
 
 
green
 
 
 
 
 
libertarian
 
 
 
 
 
republican