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Video: What Does the GOP Tax Bill Mean for Teachers?

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Congressional debate over the Republican-backed proposal to change the tax code is under way in Congress, and education issues are getting a share of the spotlight—especially a proposal to eliminate a $250 deduction that teachers can use to cover classroom expenses, such as books, art supplies, and rewards for students.

In this video, originally streamed on Facebook Live, Education Week's Liana Loewus and Andrew Ujifusa discussed the GOP tax bill and how the proposed changes could affect teachers.


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