Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump both discussed child care issues recently, but what has Clinton said about her own involvement in creating Early Head Start, and what are the facts to back that up?


"We want to make sure students are leaving these programs with the skills and credentials they signed up for, and with manageable student debt," Under Secretary of Education Ted Mitchell said about new EQUIP partnerships.


Several education advocacy groups have harshly criticized a Federal Bureau of Investigation program designed to prevent the spread of "violent extremism" in American schools.


For Trump, it was a noteworthy pivot to a domestic policy issue that has not been at the forefront of his campaign thus far. Clinton's response, three days after Trump's comments, was to criticize him.


Evan McMullin, a former CIA officer who used to work as a Republican congressional staffer, said school choice is an important issue for him.


Those involved in the opt-out movement said they were strongly motivated by opposition to test-based teacher evaluations and the private sector's influence in schools, the survey reported.


In "No Time to Lose," there are echoes of "A Nation at Risk," the landmark 1983 report produced by a commission for President Ronald Reagan.


"Many questions remain before states can fully take advantage of ESSA," says a new report about the federal K-12 law from the Education Commission of the States.


Under No Child Left Behind waivers, some states didn't do such a hot job of monitoring districts' progress on things like school improvement and implementation of college- and career-ready standards, according to a report released Monday by the Government Accountability Office, Congress' investigative arm.


Details have yet to be released, but the GOP presidential nominee's proposal would appear to significantly depart from current tax policy governing child-care costs.


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