Campaign 2012

Supporters wait for President Barack Obama at his home in Chicago the day after his re-election. He may continue to exert executive authority to advance his K-12 goals. -Doug Mills/New York Times

Partisan Rifts Cloud Federal Ed.-Policy Prospects

With President Obama re-elected and the parties sharing congressional control, state policymakers hunger for clarity on education issues.

November 12, 2012 - Education Week

Congress Likely to Stay Divided, Will Gridlock on K-12 Continue?

Five Issues Facing Arne Duncan in a Second Term

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November 14, 2012 Teachers' unions and charter school champions in various states had plenty to cheer in the wake of the Nov. 6 balloting.
November 6, 2012 Immediate fiscal challenges and a long to-do list on education policy face President Barack Obama in the next four years after a bruising campaign.

Education Voter's Guide

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See our Education Voter's Guide for results of the contests at play on election night that have high stakes for stakes for state and federal education policy. These include congressional races, gubernatorial contests, state school chief races, state school board elections, and state ballot measures. Review the education voter's guide.

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