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Teacher Anthony Cody reflects on the implications of recent election results for federal education and social policy.

According to this week’s Education Week article about the election results, the new leader of the House Education and Labor committee is likely to be Minnesota Republican John Kline. Kline will replace one of the authors and principal sponsors of No Child Left Behind, George Miller. This may bring a welcome shift in priorities. I took a look at Congressman Kline’s positions in recent years, and discovered that this Minnesotan may take us in a very different direction on education policy. According to his website, one of his top priorities is fully funding special education. Go to the original…


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