Washington Power Shift: What’s Ahead for Teachers, Students, and Classrooms?
Jay Mathews, and rew P. Kelly, Lowell Johnson, John Musso, Dan Domenech, Sarah Garland
|The power shift in Congress may mean significant changes for the education community. Funding priorities and the disposition of many popular and unpopular programs are up in the air. There is tremendous uncertainty about what lies ahead for teachers, students and classrooms. In search of clues, we talked with six informed education observers, to get their view of what’s coming next.|
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May 8, 2009
Andrew P. Kelly is a Research Fellow in Education Policy Studies at the American Enterprise Institute in Washington, DC. Dr. Lowell Johnson is President of the Association of State Boards Education; John Musso excutive director of the Association of School Business Officials International. Dan Domench is executive director of the American Association of School Administrators. Jay Mathews has been an education columnist at The Washington Post for 39 years. Sarah Garland is a staff writer at the Hechinger Report, a nonprofit news organization that focuses on education journalism.
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