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I've been a teacher in public schools and community

colleges for more than 30 years.

Being an educator is about more than teaching -- it's

about instilling confidence. There is no better moment

than when I see a student realize that she can do

whatever she sets her mind to do. I'm sure you know

that feeling, too.

President Obama knows what that's like, too. He

understands that improving the education system

takes all of us, and that teachers are absolutely

critical to those efforts. He listens when teachers explain

the challenges they face in overcrowded and underfunded

classrooms. And he knows that education is key to a healthy

economy and a strong country. That's why he's working so

hard to improve our schools.

You are receiving this email because you have told the

campaign you also work in education.

Today, I'm proud to invite you to join me as a member of

Educators for Obama, a new group of supporters dedicated

to re-electing the President, who was once a college

professor himself. Sign up and get connected with the

Educators for Obama community today:

[url]

President Obama has made education a priority. He is

giving states the flexibility they need to strengthen their

schools and end the practice of teaching to the test. When

states were cutting their budgets and laying off teachers,

he took action to keep more than 400,000 educators in

the classrooms where they were needed. He's proposed

competitive funding to make sure teachers and educators

like us get the respect we deserve. And he's made federal

student loan payments more affordable by ensuring public

school teachers who make their payments on time will have

their remaining debt forgiven after 10 years.

Our students deserve a president who is committed to

their education -- and to the teachers who help them succeed.

As a member of Educators for Obama, you'll be kept in the

loop about important news and events. We'll also provide you

with the resources you need to organize your friends and

colleagues in support of the President.

So join teachers, principals, educational professionals, and

me, and stand with President Obama this November:

[url]

Thanks,

Jill

Paid for by Obama for America

This email was sent to: [email]

To update your address, go to: [url]

To unsubscribe, go to: [url]

Subject: Join Educators for Obama

From: info@barackobama.com

Sent: June 18, 2012, 1:43 p.m.




I've been a teacher in public schools and community

colleges for more than 30 years.

Being an educator is about more than teaching -- it's

about instilling confidence. There is no better moment

than when I see a student realize that she can do

whatever she sets her mind to do. I'm sure you know

that feeling, too.

President Obama knows what that's like, too. He

understands that improving the education system

takes all of us, and that teachers are absolutely

critical to those efforts. He listens when teachers explain

the challenges they face in overcrowded and underfunded

classrooms. And he knows that education is key to a healthy

economy and a strong country. That's why he's working so

hard to improve our schools.

You are receiving this email because you have told the

campaign you also work in education.

Today, I'm proud to invite you to join me as a member of

Educators for Obama, a new group of supporters dedicated

to re-electing the President, who was once a college

professor himself. Sign up and get connected with the

Educators for Obama community today:

[url]

President Obama has made education a priority. He is

giving states the flexibility they need to strengthen their

schools and end the practice of teaching to the test. When

states were cutting their budgets and laying off teachers,

he took action to keep more than 400,000 educators in

the classrooms where they were needed. He's proposed

competitive funding to make sure teachers and educators

like us get the respect we deserve. And he's made federal

student loan payments more affordable by ensuring public

school teachers who make their payments on time will have

their remaining debt forgiven after 10 years.

Our students deserve a president who is committed to

their education -- and to the teachers who help them succeed.

As a member of Educators for Obama, you'll be kept in the

loop about important news and events. We'll also provide you

with the resources you need to organize your friends and

colleagues in support of the President.

So join teachers, principals, educational professionals, and

me, and stand with President Obama this November:

[url]

Thanks,

Jill

Paid for by Obama for America

This email was sent to: [email]

To update your address, go to: [url]

To unsubscribe, go to: [url]