10 K-12 education policy questions every presidential candidate should answer
from Center for American Progress
After months of campaigning and two rounds of primary debates, presidential candidates still aren't prioritizing K-12 education. While some have released specific plans, others have only put out general statements or mentioned the issue in passing — if at all. While understandably, proposals to increase access to early childhood and higher education are front and center, it is still disappointing that the 50 million students in K-12 public schools seem to be an afterthought.
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