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Published on Dec 15, 2016
Mark W. Bomster, Education Week’s government and politics editor, highlights key takeaways from the program’s first three sessions, which focused on the 2016 elections writ large, K-12 policy changes that lie ahead, and the views and concerns of education advocates and practitioners.
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