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January 18, 2016

Jeb Bush's K-12 Plan Would Expand School Choice, Reward Effective Teachers

The plan includes ideas that past Republican presidential contenders and members of Congress have pitched, and even dovetails in some respects with President Barack Obama's K-12 playbook.

January 14, 2016

Fact-Checking Chris Christie on Common Core

Does the exchange in the debate mean the Common Core State Standards are back in the mix as a campaign issue? Maybe.

January 14, 2016

How Two Opt-Out Leaders View the Presidential Race

In our new story about the opt-out movement, there's one issue that we didn't explore: advocates' feelings on the race for the White House this year.

January 08, 2016

Donald Trump Says Gun-Free School Zones Are 'Bait,' Vows to End Them

"You know what a gun-free zone is for a sicko? That's bait," the Republican presidential candidate told the crowd at a campaign stop in Vermont on Thursday.

January 04, 2016

Common Core Keeps Getting Bashed on the Campaign Trail

If you thought the recent lull in K-12 talk on the presidential campaign trail meant candidates had forgotten how to throw shade when it comes to the Common Core State Standards, think again.

December 30, 2015

In a World Without ESSA, How Would the Candidates Have Handled Waivers?

What if ESSA hadn't crossed the finish line and the next president still had to deal with waivers in 2017? How would some of the White House hopefuls have handled them?

December 29, 2015

Ten Politics K-12 Headlines You Probably Won't See in 2016

"President-Elect Ted Cruz Appoints Arne Duncan as Education Secretary" and other stories you likely won't be reading next year.

December 23, 2015

Hillary Clinton: I Wouldn't Keep Schools Open That Weren't 'Better-Than-Average'

If you've been starved for any sustained discussion about public schools from any of the presidential candidates, Hillary Clinton provided some Christmas cheer earlier this week.

November 15, 2015

Pell Grants, Sandy Hook Highlight Brief Nods to Education in Democratic Debate

In keeping with the previous Republican and Democratic debates, there weren't any direct questions on K-12.

November 10, 2015

Education Continues to Struggle for Airtime in GOP Debates

If you tuned into the Tuesday night GOP presidential debate hoping for education policy talk, once again, you got very meager scraps.

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