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Education Trends, Education News & Politics

The Trump Administration's Early Impact on Education

If you value keeping up-to-date with what's going on in the world of education policy, you may be interested in an upcoming webinar hosted by Vanderbilt's Peabody College of Education and Human Development: Trump's First 100 Days and the Impact on Education. On Tuesday, March 28th at 9:00 am, a panel of Peabody researchers with wide-ranging expertise in education policy will discuss a...

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Education News & Politics

Betsy DeVos Confirmed as U.S. Education Secretary

Earlier today, Betsy DeVos was confirmed as the 11th Secretary of Education of the United States. DeVos, a billionaire philanthropist from Michigan and advocate of school choice, has been among the most controversial Trump administration cabinet nominees. 

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Education News & Politics

Dispatch from Outgoing U.S. Education Secretary, John B. King Jr.

Yesterday, Education Week released a dispatch from John B. King Jr., the outgoing U.S. Secretary of Education. No matter your personal political views or how you feel about how King performed in his short time holding this office, we thought his message was full of hope and inspiration for the future of education.

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Education News & Politics

Education Improvements Under the Obama Administration

2017 is underway and a new presidential administration is on the horizon. Reflecting on President Obama's last eight years, we found this excellent video from the U.S. Department of Education titled: 8 Ways Education Has Improved Under the Obama Administration.

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Education News & Politics

Trump's Pick for Secretary of Education, Betsy DeVos

Last week, President-elect Donald Trump offered the position of Secretary of Education to conservative activist, Betsy DeVos. A billionaire GOP donor and philanthropist from Michigan, DeVos is known to be a strong proponent of school choice, charter schools, and voucher programs. In Washington Post article Trump Picks Billionaire Betsy DeVos, School Voucher Advocate, as Education Secretary,...

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Education News & Politics

Trump's Education Transition Team

Are you curious to see what President-elect Donald Trump's plans for education are?

This article from Education Week provides a brief overview of the leading players of Trump's education transition team. Their backgrounds may help us hypothesize what's in store for K-12 education in the near future.

Follow the link to read more:Get to Know Donald Trump's Transition Team

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Education News & Politics

The Top 12 Presidents to Influence Education

In honor of Election Day, we wanted to share this article from TeachHub.com in which William B. C. Roberts highlights the top 12 presidents who influenced education.

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Education News & Politics

Compare the Candidates - Education

In order for you to make an informed vote this election year, it's important to be conscious of the candidates' stances on the issues. We found a handy resource on educationweek.orgentitled Compare the Candidates: Where Do Clinton and Trump Stand on Education? 

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Education News & Politics

Quotes on Education from 2016 Presidential Candidates

No matter what your stance on politics, current and former presidential candidates have plenty of interesting things to say about education. Check out some memorable quotes on MSNBC.com.

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Education News & Politics

Presidential Candidates on Education

The 2016 presidential election is on the horizon and the change in office will inevitably affect all of us in the education world. Education policy is always a widely debated topic, and no matter which side you’re on, it’s always smart to understand the candidates’ stances to be a well-informed voter.

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