The Trump Education Administration - Candidate Donald Trump has already jolted the education community. As we consider the presidency of Donald Trump, educators are wondering what will happen next, and what we should do now? Join our team coverage of  education under Donald Trump as our hosts seek answers from educators, administrators, and education thought leaders from across the community.

Returning Education to the States: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Patrick Riccards

Cymerman

As the administration moves to shift control of education decisions from the federal government to the states, it's a good time to reflect on why federal government intervention in education is sometimes needed.

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New Math in the Education Budget: What We Get, What We Lose

Patrick Riccards

Cymerman

The president has released his proposed budget for the education department. There are spending increases and spending cuts.  Who will be impacted? 

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What Should Our Education Priorities Be Now, Who Will Set Them?

Patrick Riccards with  Daniel (Dan) Domenech, JoAnn Bartoletti, Gail Connelly, John D. Musso, Rhian Evans

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The current administration and U.S Secretary of Education usher in a new era in education priorities. Join our panel of national education leaders as we discuss education priorities  and who will set them. 

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School Choice Is Not Synonymous with Civil Rights

Patrick Riccards

Cymerman

The expression "education is the civil rights issue of our time" has become a cliche. Now more than ever,  it's important for us to be clear about the distinction between education and civil rights.

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TrumpED: Lip Service or Real Support for Community Colleges?

Patrick Riccards

Cymerman

U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos came out in strong support of community colleges this week. We're now looking to see if the statement was a perfunctory talking point or a real commitment from the administration. 

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