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Education Week is American education's newspaper of record.
Education Week is American education's newspaper of record.

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"Anytime you're talking about people's status in the country, there will be fear. We have to try and give [students] as much stability as possible."

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Some of the Democrats who seemed most eager to oppose DeVos are among those being floated in the media and elsewhere as possible 2020 presidential contenders.

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It was the last comedy show to the party, but NBC's "Saturday Night Live" got around to mocking Betsy DeVos on its Feb. 4 show.

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The justices will hear arguments in the major case over transgender rights in school and U.S. Department of Education authority to interpret its own regulations.

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If confirmed as education secretary, Betsy DeVos would have far less executive firepower than some of her predecessors, due in large part to ESSA's restrictions on the secretary's role.

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Faced with student walkouts, a threatened teachers’ strike, and the firing of its longtime superintendent in response to worsening student-police relations, the St. Paul school system has tried to create an environment more conducive to learning.

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"Teachers cannot close their doors and teach any way they please,” write Mathematica’s Brian Gill and Harvard Kennedy School’s Jennifer Lerner in today’s Commentary.

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President Donald Trump's nominee for the U.S. Supreme, Court Neil M. Gorsuch, has weighed in on a number of education-related issues from the bench.

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Neil Gorsuch, President Trump’s pick to fill the Supreme Court vacancy has ruled on issues like student discipline, school finance, and religion in public education.

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How much could DeVos really do at the U.S. Department of Education without the help of Congress or state policymakers?

Not as much as you might think.
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