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Here’s where Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump stand on the biggest K-12 issues

E-School News – Stephen Noonoo

“With the election only about two weeks away, the long campaigning season is finally drawing to a close. With so much else to talk about, issues surrounding K-12 education have gotten relatively little attention, despite the recent politicization of charter schools, Common Core, and STEM instruction. Although somewhat easy to miss, both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have addressed these issues and more in the press and on their respective campaign websites. And educators seem to have taken notice, at least somewhat: Earlier this month, more than 2,500 educators responded to an informal eSchool News poll asking which candidate best represented their vision for the future of K-12 education. (Clinton won that poll with 58 percent of the vote, while Trump received 28 percent; 12 percent were undecided).”(more)

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