[caption id="attachment_49914" align="alignleft" width="150"] Thirty-five percent of Romney voters considered education very important.[/caption]

Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney has offered a program of education policy goals that calls for a smaller federal role in both K-12 and higher education, modifying but not eliminating No Child Left Behind, more school choice by tying funding for two of the largest federal education programs to individuals rather than to the schools they attend, and using the private sector as a provider of support and educational services for students.

These policy proposals will not dramatically overhaul the...

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