On Tuesday, Hillary Clinton addressed the National Education Association’s Representative Assembly in Washington, DC. Clinton was officially endorsed by the group in October, and she assured its members that she will support strengthening education as president. Clinton said that a number of her plans in her agenda would greatly benefits schools, especially improved infrastructure and increased access to broadband internet. She vowed to always include K-12 educators in the policy-making process saying, “If I am fortunate enough to be elected president, educators will have a partner in the White House, and you’ll always have a seat at the table. I have this old-fashioned idea that when we are making decisions about education, we actually should listen to our educators.” A video from the event is below.