Is K-12 education a low-profile issue in the Democratic presidential campaign? (Yes.)
Should reform-minded Democrats worry? (Not yet.)
Is it clear how Hillary Clinton would govern on key education reform issues? (Not entirely.)
Much of the action on education policy seems to be devolving from the federal to the state and local level. More on those dynamics here.
A longer look at the Catholic school renaissance.
Reclaiming liberal support for school choice.
A poll shows LA parents support charter expansion.
Tweet of the week
No talk of k-12 education. I predict next prez, no matter the party, reframes it as largely a state and local issue.
— Dana Goldstein (@DanaGoldstein) October 14, 2015
— Tim Scott (@SenatorTimScott) October 15, 2015
Quote of the week
She is a person who dreamed of a school and then made it happen.
-Arthur Levine, former Teachers College president, on an entrepreneurial arts-educator-turned-charter-school founder in the Bronx.
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