Help get the candidates to address the American education crisis: on August 15th, tweet with #dontforgeted and share your support of Don’t Forget Ed on Facebook.

Don’t Forget Ed is a national movement that seeks to elevate the topic of education in the presidential campaign. With the help of students, parents, teachers, administrators, and people like you, we’re calling for the candidates to make education a priority. Join the conversation and learn how you can help:


The state of American education is too important to our nation’s future. That’s why the College Board has launched a nationwide movement called “Don’t Forget Ed” to get the presidential candidates talking more about education from now until Election Day. The effort officially kicked off in June in front of the Washington Monument with a powerful installation of 857 empty school desks, representing the number of students dropping out of school every hour of every school day.

Now, as the campaign builds momentum, “Don’t Forget Ed” is excited to launch its latest video, a powerful rallying cry for everyone who cares about education and the future of our country. Watch the video, sign the petition at, and help make sure our message is heard.

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