The year 2009 is half over. Time to think about the top stories for the first half of 2009.
You vote below (make a comment) on which one you think is the most important.
A. High speed trains in the U.S. get $8 billion in funding.
B. The Higher Education financial model is now recognized as broken.
C. The government tries to save the car industry.
D. Socialism becomes an issue in the U.S.
E. Twitter becomes the hot new social media.
F. An education war breaks out over testing, grading and whether late work should be penalized.
G. Public ridership on trains hits a record high for the fourth year in a row.
H. The government's role in spending on infrastructure and investments for the new century become an issue.
I. Kids in Gen Y start a Do-it-yourself biology organization and advocate for amateur and citizen biology labs.
Photo: Map of routes proposed in U.S. for high speed rail.
Now you vote (make a comment) on which one you think is the most important.