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Video: Candidate positions differ on education

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- As Election Day draws nearer, it's a good time to look at some of the issues that may sway voters as they decide on a candidate. CNN's Frank Sesno takes a close look at where Democratic Vice President Al Gore and Republican Texas Gov. George W. Bush stand on the issue of education.

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CNN's Frank Sesno examines the proposals of both U.S. presidential candidates (November 2)

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