States eye greater control over K-12 policy in Trump era
from Education Week
Washington was already poised to return a lot more authority over K-12 policy to states, thanks to the Every Student Succeeds Act, slated to hit school districts next fall. Now, with President-elect Donald Trump's victory, that process is only likely to accelerate. State leaders aren't waiting for the new administration to name all its players or fill in the blanks on in-the-weeds policy details. They're already charging forward with the agendas they have been crafting since ESSA's passage a year ago.
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