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What if America Spent Per Student What Clinton, Trump Paid for Private Schools? - Politics K-12 - Education Week
7/28/2016 12:00:00 PM
Donald Trump's children and Hillary Clinton's daughter attended expensive private schools. What if all students in U.S. public schools had the same kind of financial resources behind them?

NEA President on School Reform: 'The Corporate Model Is Crumbling' - Politics K-12 - Education Week
7/28/2016 12:00:00 PM
The nearly eight years of the Obama administration haven't been a cakewalk for the National Education Association. But the union's president, Lily Eskelsen García, thinks things are looking up.

A 'Black Men for Bernie' Activist Backing School Choice, Tougher Accountability - Politics K-12 - Education Week
7/27/2016 12:00:00 PM
Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont isn't famous for promoting school choice—but that doesn't daunt Wilson Holts, one of his fans in Philadelphia for the Democratic National Convention.

Where Does 'Education Reform' Go in a Post-Obama World? - Politics K-12 - Education Week
7/27/2016 12:00:00 PM
At the Democratic National Convention, leaders in the education redesign movement hold a policy forum to ponder life after President Barack Obama leaves office.

 
 
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