President Donald Trump did not explicitly address K-12 education in his first State of the Union address last night and had very little to say about education in general.
What was said about K-12 education during the first debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton? Very little which is symbolic of the election itself.
Donald Trump says that he will end Common Core, that it is a disaster, and that education has to be at the local level, but he lacks details on how.
U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) gave a direct answers about what a federal role in K-12 education should look like at the 2015 Presidential Family Forum in Des Moines, IA.
Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal released his policy paper, “K-12 Education Reform: A Road Map,” through his non-profit organization America Next.