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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.

Republican U.S. presidential candidates pose together onstage at the start of the debate held by Fox News for the top 2016 U.S. Republican presidential candidates in Des Moines, Iowa on Jan. 28, 2016.

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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