Education meets budget in Obama and GOP weekly addresses
February 19th, 2011
11:51 AM ET

Education meets budget in Obama and GOP weekly addresses

(CNN)–President Obama turned his attention to education during his weekly address as he discussed another aspect of how he believes the nation can "win the future." Obama acknowledged that "Over the next ten years, nearly half of all new jobs will require education beyond high school."

He delivered the address from outside Portland, Oregon, while visiting Intel, a company that he said models how "instead of just being a nation that buys what's made overseas, we can make things in America and sell them around the globe.

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  1. Joe

    It ctleainry seems like that's the direction he's taking. I heard an announcement this morning that he plans on creating a special technology task force to manage new media communications for the White House.

    March 2, 2012 at 4:48 am |