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Video: What Have Trump and Clinton Said (and Not Said) About Education?

If you've been tuning into the presidential debates hoping for lots of substantive exchanges on issues like vouchers and school integration, you've probably been very disappointed. 

But that doesn't mean the candidates haven't had anything to say about education. Want a crash course in the campaign? Check out this video, featuring both halves of Politics K-12. 

And when you're done with that, head over to our interactive graphic, which explains the candidates' edu-views in more detail. 


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