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State Education Policy Beyond the 2018 Midterms

December 6, 2018 16:09

Stephen Parker, the National Governors Association’s legislative director for the Education & Workforce Committee, sits down with Mark W. Bomster, deputy managing editor at Education Week to talk state education policy. Hear how results from gubernatorial races in the 2018 midterms could impact education policies, including education funding, school safety, and accountability. This discussion was filmed at “2020 Vision,” an event in Washington D.C. focused on K-12 politics and policy beyond the midterms.

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