Saturday, November 8, 2014

Midterms Great For School Choice, Bad For Common Core

A snap survey of insiders in the world of education policy finds that the vast majority think 2014′s midterms have paved the way for an expansion in school choice opportunities, while simultaneously spelling bad news for Common Core’s ongoing implementation.

The survey was conducted by Whiteboard Advisors, an educational policy consulting firm. They polled about 75 major insiders in the world of education policy, a group that includes current and former Department of Education personnel, congressional staffers, think tank heads, and state policy chiefs. The anonymous survey doesn’t just catalogue overall sentiments, but also allows them to anonymously express their thoughts on key issues.

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