President Obama discusses education budget plan at Baltimore-area school

President highlights budget plan for math, science education

President Barack Obama's motorcade arrived at 10:10 a.m. Monday at Parkville Middle School and Center of Technology in Baltimore County, passing about 100 spectators who lined the streets near the school. Among the friendlier throngs were a group of protesters who called for him to, as their signs said, "STOP Reckless Spending." The president was in town to announce educational priorities in his 2012 budget. Full Story »

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by Janett Munyiri - Feb. 20, 2011

I believe this article was a great example of good journalism. The author produced a well rounded story, with a great introduction that lures the reader into the story. I also enjoyed the way I could imagine my self as one of those middle school children, and the president is visiting my school. The quotes from the children were nice. The information on President Obama’s new budget was good, it was not only about how he visited the school but his plan for all schools across America. The story had lots of depth, and smooth transitions.

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