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September 06, 2016

How Much Heft Will the Next President Really Wield on K-12?

With the Every Student Succeeds Act on the books, many believe the next president won't be able to put a big stamp on federal K-12 policy. Let's examine that assumption.

September 01, 2016

Trump: Promoting Patriotism, Choice, While (Maybe) Scrapping the Ed. Dept.

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump told an American Legion convention Thursday that he wants school children to regularly say the pledge of allegiance, and learn patriotism. He's also recently said the nation could use the money it spends on undocumented immigrants on school choice.

August 29, 2016

Donald Trump Taps Indiana Lawmaker's Staffer to Craft School Choice Plan

Rob Goad is on leave from Rep. Luke Messer's office and is currently in New York City working for the Trump campaign, according to sources.

August 18, 2016

Donald Trump and School Choice: An Increasing Focus?

"On education, it is time to have school choice, merit pay for teachers, and to end the tenure policies that hurt good teachers and reward bad teachers," Trump told an audience in Milwaukee on Tuesday.

August 12, 2016

Clinton, Trump Bring Child Care Issues to the 2016 Stump

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.

August 11, 2016

'Never Trump' Candidate Backs School Choice as Escape Hatch From Poverty

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

August 08, 2016

Who Might Be a Clinton Education Secretary?

Some guess that if elected president, Hillary Clinton would choose someone with a higher education focus or experience as a governor to run the Education Department.

August 05, 2016

Ed. Dept. Announces $8.6 Million Grant Competition for States to Improve Testing

States that want to ditch "fill-in-the-bubble" tests and replace them with new competency-based tests will get the chance, thanks to a new grant competition.

August 02, 2016

See Our Updated Clinton and Trump Comparison With DNC and RNC Material

What did Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican nominee Donald Trump say about education at their respective party conventions last month?

August 01, 2016

Sen. Patty Murray, ESSA Architect, on Clinton, Trump, and Sanders

The Washington Democrat is "just ecstatic" about the prospect of working with a possible President Hillary Clinton on expanding access to early-childhood education.

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