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The Big Education Issues Ahead for 2018

January 3, 2018 7:48

A number of important issues are on the horizon as 2018 begins, including the implications of new federal tax laws, the fate of DACA students and teachers, the implications of ESSA, and the Trump administration’s plans for expanding school choice. Education Week reporter Alyson Klein joined the discussion on PBS NewsHour.

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