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11-8-17 Education in the News
Star Ledger--N.J. election results 2017: Steve Sweeney wins re-election despite battle with teachers union TRENTON -- State Senate President Stephen Sweeney, the most powerful lawmaker in New Jersey, won re-election Tuesday despite an expensive and bloody effort by the state's largest teachers union to oust him from the seat he's held for nearly 16 years...'

Education Week--How Do Trump's K-12 Campaign Promises Hold Up a Year After His Election? President Donald Trump was elected one year ago Wednesday, promising a huge new school choice initiative, a slimmed down—or nonexistent—U.S. Department of Education, the end of the Common Core State Standards, new tax incentives to cover child-care costs, and more...'

Star Ledger--N.J. election results 2017: Steve Sweeney wins re-election despite battle with teachers union

TRENTON -- State Senate President Stephen Sweeney, the most powerful lawmaker in New Jersey, won re-election Tuesday despite an expensive and bloody effort by the state's largest teachers union to oust him from the seat he's held for nearly 16 years. 

http://www.nj.com/politics/index.ssf/2017/11/nj_election_results_2017_sweeney_wins_senate_president_njea.html#incart_river_index

Brent Johnson| Updated 3:04 AM; Posted Nov 7, 10:52 PM

 

Education Week--How Do Trump's K-12 Campaign Promises Hold Up a Year After His Election?

President Donald Trump was elected one year ago Wednesday, promising a huge new school choice initiative, a slimmed down—or nonexistent—U.S. Department of Education, the end of the Common Core State Standards, new tax incentives to cover child-care costs, and more.

So how are those campaign pledges coming one year after Trump's upset presidential victory?

Here's a score card:

http://blogs.edweek.org/edweek/campaign-k-12/2017/11/trump_campaign_promises_one_year_choice_education_department.html

Alyson Klein on November 7, 2017 12:25 PM

 

 


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