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November 21, 2016

Get to Know Donald Trump's Education Transition Team

The folks on President-elect Donald Trump's education transition team will help set the policy course—and likely, even appoint key personnel—for the new administration.

November 21, 2016

Trump and Potential Education Secretaries Talked Choice, Common Core

President-elect Donald Trump met with two education leaders Saturday: former Washington, D.C. schools chancellor Michelle Rhee and Betsy DeVos, a school choice advocate.

November 18, 2016

Trump to Meet Michelle Rhee as Education Secretary Search Continues

The president-elect's search for an education secretary appears to be crossing party lines as he plans to meet with the former District of Columbia Public Schools Chancellor.

November 18, 2016

Anti-Common Core Petition to Trump: Pick Standards Foe as Ed. Secretary

The petition seems inspired by some of the names in the rumor mill for education secretary, including some who have backed the common core or not actively opposed it.

November 17, 2016

How Workable is Trump's $20 Billion School Choice Proposal?

President-elect Donald Trump's biggest education pitch during the presidential campaign was for a $20 billion voucher program that students could use at both public and private schools.

November 17, 2016

Ed. Sec. John B. King: My Successor Should Be Committed to Kids' Civil Rights

U.S. Secetary of Education John King told reporters Thursday that he wants to ensure a smooth transition for the incoming Trump administration.

November 16, 2016

Weighing the Odds: Eva Moskowitz or Michelle Rhee as Trump Ed. Secretary?

In addition to the many Republican stalwarts mentioned as possible education secretary candidates, former D.C. schools boss Michelle Rhee and charter school powerhouse Eva Moskowitz stand out.

November 16, 2016

Rep. Messer Excited for Trump Agenda, Would Be 'Honored' to Serve as Ed. Sec.

Republican Rep. Luke Messer of Indiana, one of the foremost champions for school choice in Congress, said he's excited for the "big and bold" education plans he foresees under President-elect Donald Trump.

November 15, 2016

Trump Means More Leeway for States Under ESSA, Says S.C. Chief Spearman

Spearman, a Republican elected in 2014, thinks that a Trump administration will give states more freedom to interpret things like ESSA spending requirements than President Barack Obama's administration has so far.

November 15, 2016

Who Could Be Donald Trump's Education Secretary?

The President-elect doesn't have a track record on education, which means that his pick will send a really important signal on where he wants to go on policy.

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