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What's Ahead for Pre-K-12 Policy Post-Election? (Event Videos)

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2017 will be an interesting year for public education. In addition to the Every Student Succeeds Act going into effect, a new political administration will be taking office. These changes will impact education policy on all levels, from the White House to local districts. In the wake of this past election, what can we expect?

Earlier this month, Education Week hosted What's Ahead for Pre-K-12 After the Elections, a live event in Washington, D.C, to explore this question. Featuring high-profile policymakers, analysts, and journalists, the four-hour event showcased lively panels and thoughtful discussions on the future of American public education.

The entire event was recorded, and is now available online. Check out the video playlist below:

Or — if you have four hours to spare — watch the entire event here.

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