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What a GOP majority might mean for education policy

from NAESP

Before Tuesday's midterm elections, Democrats led the House with a majority of seats — 255, to be exact. When the new Congress convenes in January, the new Republican majority will lead with at least 239 seats (as of today, 11 races haven't been called definitively). Republican candidates picked up 60 seats in the House by running on a nearly universal message of anti-incumbency and reform, particularly in regards to federal spending.Meanwhile in the Senate, Republicans closed the narrow Democratic majority to 51-46 (with three races in a toss-up) without taking control. As a more deliberative and compromising body than the House, this will make passage of politically challenging bills more difficult, but might encourage the two parties to collaborate. What Does It All Mean? more

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