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@GOOD Asks: What Are Your Thoughts on the Results from the Midterm Elections? Answers

GOOD readers tell us their thoughts about the midterm elections: "One step forwards yet three steps back."

Yesterday on GOOD, Twitter, and Facebook, we asked our friends: What are your thoughts on the results from the midterm elections? We ask a question to our Twitter and Facebook faithful once a day, so if you’re not yet following @GOOD or a fan, make sure to sign up and participate in the conversation.

Check out what our Twitter followers had in mind:

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Can You Have Your Change and Progress Too?

Voters who care about education reform have a job to do after they leave the ballot box tomorrow.

Voters who care about education reform have a job to do after they leave the ballot box tomorrow: Make it clear to new leaders that momentum and progress must continue under new leadership.

Elections can be hard on education, but they don’t have to be. Much is made of the instability wrought by electoral changes in leadership. It conditions an unproductive hunker-down-and-wait-it-out response that virtually guarantees no real reform will last. However, a closer look challenges this response and suggests how the 2010 elections can mark the year our nation has not only its change, but its progress, too.

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America Voted for the Wrong Cable Station, Too Fox News Earns(?) Highest Ratings on Election Night

Fox News trounced the competition. Its viewership was up by 127 percent since the last midterm elections.

Another slightly less than awesome result from last night:

Fox News, a favorite of Republicans, averaged 6.96 million viewers in prime time on Tuesday, according to ratings results from the Nielsen Company. Fox more than doubled CNN’s numbers, which averaged 2.42 million viewers, and more than tripled MSNBC, which averaged 1.94 million viewers.

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Two Years into Obama's Presidency, Where Are We?

Well, here we are. It’s two years after perhaps the most historic election in this country’s history, and, to tell you the truth, I’m not sure...

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Why Republicans Should Embrace Obama's Education Agenda

The old GOP playbook on education won't work today, say two conservative education experts.

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Submissions: Project: Design an Infographic About the Election

Check out the great submissions to our latest infographic design contest, where we asked you to take a look at the upcoming election.

The submissions are in for our latest infographic design contest, where we asked you to take a look at the upcoming election. We'll announce the winners on Monday, the day before we go to the polls.

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