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Former Vice President and presumptive Democratic Presidential Candidate Joe Biden spoke at the National Education Association’s virtual representative assembly July 3.
Watch Biden’s remarks in the video player above.
Biden addressed NEA delegates and answered questions from educators and the organization’s president, Lily Eskelsen García.
The NEA, which is the largest labor union in the U.S., endorsed Biden for president in March.
García called him a “tireless advocate for public education” who understands the nation’s “moral responsibility to provide a great neighborhood public school for every student in every ZIP code.”
Courtney Vinopal is a general assignment reporter at the PBS NewsHour.
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