Education in the Ballot Box: Where Was Learning Voted Down?

Nov 5, 2010
Megan Bedard is a sucker for sustainable agriculture and a good farmers market, she likes writing about food almost as much as eating it.

The number and complexity of propositions, measures and amendments on a ballot can be dizzying. Which innocuous-sounding proposal was bad for the environment again? What did that flyer say about the budget amendment?

When it comes to education, however, the folks at Education Week have spelled it all out. Their site hosts an infographic that shows where education issues popped up on ballots—and what their results will mean. Go here to interact with the graphic.

Hover over particular amendments and measures to discover what they mean for your state. (Graphic from

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