Abbott, Davis Go After the Education Vote Differently

Less than two months before the March 4 primary, Attorney General Greg Abbott, the leading Republican candidate for governor, can often be found on the campaign trail discussing an issue other statewide Republican candidates have mostly avoided: an overhaul of public education.

Abbott has devoted the last six weeks to a series of campaign stops at schools, where he has held round-table discussions on topics ranging from charter school growth to virtual learning. Education was also a focus of a keynote address early this month before  the Texas Public Policy Foundation, a conservative research and advocacy group.

Education is also ...

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