This coming Friday, President Obama is to tour a Florida school with Jeb Bush, former Governor, in order to promote bipartisan education reform.Jay Carney, spokesman for the White House, shared that Bush, brother of former president, suggested the Miami Central High School as a suitable example of a policy that toils to improve educational performance.Obama has begun to drift towards the political middle ground as a result of significant losses for his Democrats in the elections this past November. He now seeks to settle on more common ground with political opponents in preparation for his appeal in 2012. Obama plans to participate in two Democratic Party fundraisers in Miami as well. He emphasized the importance of investing in education in his 2012 budget proposal, and the White House has said that his upcoming visit will strengthen the message.“Governor Bush… was committed and remains committed to bipartisan education reform. The president is as well. He’s looking forward to that visit,” said Carney.
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