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The upcoming presidency of Donald Trump is going to bring huge ramifications to all of our lives and the lives of our students and their families.
This is a “Best” list of articles discussing just a very narrow sliver of those consequences – the ones that might related to education policy issues (of course, the majority of factors that affect student achievement come from outside of the schoolhouse’s walls – see The Best Places To Learn What Impact A Teacher & Outside Factors Have On Student Achievement):
What a Trump presidency means for America’s public schools is from The Washington Post.
Donald Trump and the Future of Education is from The Atlantic.
Predictions on How the Trump Administration Could Handle ESSA Rules is from Ed Week.
6 big ways Trump presidency could change schools is from The Miami Herald.
With Trump’s Victory, Friedrichs Likely Short-Lived is from Ed Week (see The Best Resources On The Awful Friedrichs Case for more info).
What a Michelle Rhee appointment would tell us about Donald Trump’s education plans is from Chalkbeat.
Educators and Advocates Brace for Harsher Stance on Immigration Under Trump is from Ed Week.
Could Donald Trump’s education policy change schools in California and nationwide? is from The L.A. Times.
In short term, Trump presidency unlikely to disrupt California’s education reforms is from Ed Source.
No, Most Educators Are Not “Fueling Student Anxieties” – Trump Is Handling That On His Own
Here’s a related piece: How the GOP’s Sweep in the States Will Shape America’s Schools is from The Atlantic.
Where Donald Trump Stands on School Choice, Student Debt and Common Core is from The New York Times.
What American Greatness Means: The Presidential Election and Dual Language Learners is by Conor Williams.
Donald Trump’s huge, ambitious school voucher plan, explained is from Vox.
Donald Trump and K-12 Education: Five Things to Watch in 2017 is from Ed Week.
What Is the Future of Public Education? is from The Atlantic.
Here’s who Trump invited to the White House to talk about schools. The list says a lot about his education priorities. is from The Washington Post.
Trump and DeVos: What Could the New Administration Spell for English Learner and Immigrant Students? is from The Migrant Policy Institute.
Trump Orders Review of Education Policies to Strengthen Local Control is from The New York Times.
Trump Takes Aim at School Lunch Guidelines and a Girls’ Education Program is from The New York Times.
Trump’s first full education budget: Deep cuts to public school programs in pursuit of school choice is from The Washington Post.
7 things you need to know about how Trump’s budget would affect schools in California and nationwide is from The L.A. Times.
Education Dept. Says It Will Scale Back Civil Rights Investigations is from The New York Times.
U.S. Commission on Civil Rights to investigate civil rights enforcement under Trump is from The Washington Post.