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  • Hillary Clinton criticizes Republicans for undermining public education

    Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton came to the Triangle on Thursday, criticizing Republicans for undermining public education during a campaign rally at Durham’s Hillside High School. She pledged, if elected, to lead a national teacher recruitment effort and to promote early childhood education.

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton came to the Triangle on Thursday, criticizing Republicans for undermining public education during a campaign rally at Durham’s Hillside High School. She pledged, if elected, to lead a national teacher recruitment effort and to promote early childhood education. Elena Boffetta eboffetta@newsobserver.com
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton came to the Triangle on Thursday, criticizing Republicans for undermining public education during a campaign rally at Durham’s Hillside High School. She pledged, if elected, to lead a national teacher recruitment effort and to promote early childhood education. Elena Boffetta eboffetta@newsobserver.com

Clinton, in Durham visit, raps GOP for undermining education

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