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Betsy DeVos, Congress, and Federal Education Policy: What’s Ahead

December 5, 2018 22:19

Hear Education Week’s federal policy reporters discuss the changes, challenges, and unfinished business in store for Congress and the White House in the aftermath of this year’s midterms and in the narrow window before the 2020 elections. This panel was moderated by Mark W. Bomster, Deputy Managing Editor, Education Week. It was filmed at “2020 Vision,” an event in Washington D.C. focused on K-12 politics and policy beyond the midterms. Guests: • Alyson Klein, Assistant Editor, Education Week • Andrew Ujifusa, Assistant Editor, Education Week Learn more about this event: https://www.edweek.org/ew/events/2020-vision-education-policy-and-politics-beyond.html Learn more about federal education policy after the midterms: http://blogs.edweek.org/edweek/campaign-k-12/2018/11/democrats-win-house-looks-like-betsy-devos-buckle-up-education-civil-rights.html

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