Sunday, February 15, 2015
A curious thing happened this week on Capital Hill: A politician said something about education that made sense.
The “something” didn’t come from President Obama.
In the president’s annual State of the Union address, “K-12 policy largely took a back seat,” Education Week’s Alyson Klein observed. Indeed, the issue was barely in the car. Although the president took credit for “the highest math and reading scores on record” and a high school graduation rate at “an all-time high,” there were no strong claims about the success of his programs, no bold, new initiatives, and no combative stances against the oppositional positions on K-12 policy.
Posted by Dictynna at 7:59 AM