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The Nov. 8 election has potentially huge implications for education policy and practice — and for the companies delivering curriculum, assessment, PD, ed tech, and other products and services to schools. In this webinar, we’ll talk about what shifts in political power at both the state and federal level will mean for companies trying to figure out the future of school funding, academic recovery, and classroom practice.
Our attendees will come away with insights on the following:
- Whether new state legislative dynamics and shifting economic conditions will change funding prospects for school districts.
- How key state ballot items in markets like California, Colorado, Massachusetts, and West Virginia will change the funding and policy landscape.
- How party control of U.S. Congress will affect the money and policy directed to states and districts.
- How Republican candidates’ pledges to further restrict lessons on race and general will shape expectations for district curriculum.
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Senior Vice-President and Co-Director of Research, Whiteboard Advisors
David Saleh Rauf
Contributing Writer, EdWeek Market Brief
Staff Writer, Politics and Policy, Education Week
Managing Editor, EdWeek Market Brief