Obama uses address to push K-12 agenda
from Education Week
President Barack Obama announced no new education initiatives in this year's State of the Union address, telegraphing that his administration's K-12 agenda is set and that the focus has turned to implementing White House-driven initiatives now entering their final phase. The president placed education at the center of a broad strategy to bolster economic mobility and combat poverty — calling on lawmakers to approve previously unveiled proposals to expand preschool to more 4-year-olds, beef up job-training programs, and make postsecondary education more effective and accessible.
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