Education has emerged as a key issue on the campaign trail to the corner office this year. All four candidates have delivered proposals and addressed questions in their debates and on the stumps, while recent polls show voters are also interested.
But the leading contenders, Republican Kerry Healey and Democrat Deval Patrick, differ dramatically on how to improve public education in Massachusetts.
That's the subject today of a report from WBUR's Monica Brady-Myerov, as we continue our series on the issues in the governor's race.
This program aired on October 13, 2006. The audio for this program is not available.