In Obama’s most recent weekly address, he laid out his plan to ensure that more children will get more access to high-quality preschool and graduate from school fully prepared for their future, college and career-wise.
It is evident that elementary and secondary schools are doing better than they have in recent years, and along with this, news reports show that high school graduation rate has hit an all-time high, but with great progress comes even more work and determination to ensure every child receives a quality education. This directly correlates to the Presidents desire to replace No Child Left Behind with a new law that addresses the overuse of standardized tests, the need to make a real investment in preschool, and a chance to give children a fair shot at success.
He shared that when educating our children, those who are our future leaders of the nation, that we shouldn't accept anything less than the best for them.
Watch the President's Weekly Address here.