Attending Public School May Impact Candidates' K-12 Policy
Presidential candidates have mentioned education-related policy issues throughout their campaigns, but whether the candidate or their children attended public school could impact their K-12 policy views.
Presidential candidates have mentioned education-related policy issues throughout their campaigns, but whether the candidate or their children actually attended public school could impact how they view K-12 education. In this breakdown, the author uncovers who went to parochial, private or military schools, and who chose to send their children to a local public or a private institution. (Education Week)
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