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State Lawmakers Look Abroad for Best Education Policies

A bipartisan group of 28 state lawmakers released its conclusive recommendations in a new report this month based on best practices employed by global leaders in education achievement.

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A bipartisan group of 28 state lawmakers released its conclusive recommendations in a new report this month based on best practices employed by global leaders in education achievement. Key points include the need for states to invest in early childhood education, high-quality teacher training and alternative education routes. The group also cautioned against “silver bullet” reform strategies that ignore holistic and long-term strategies to improve student achievement. (U.S. News & World Report)

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