As I just previously posted, obviously an immediate big question for schools relates to a possible federal stimulus package (see IT LOOKS LIKE THERE ARE NOW FOUR OPTIONS FOR A STIMULUS PACKAGE FOR SCHOOLS & OTHERS – WHICH DO YOU THINK IS MORE LIKELY?).
What are other things we should be looking for?
Here are some articles that provide good overviews of Biden’s education agenda:
Joe Biden’s Election as President Tees Up Massive Shifts for K-12 Policy is from Ed Week. Ed Week also has a related interactive.
Here’s an important aside: Jill Biden plans to continue to teach if she becomes first lady
President-Elect Joe Biden has a pledged massive surge in federal K-12 education funding, but his first order of business will likely be helping schools emerge from the coronavirus pandemic. https://t.co/NvQFFzkn5p
— Evie Blad (@EvieBlad) November 8, 2020
New: How President-elect Biden’s approach on COVID and schools will likely differ from Trump’s https://t.co/v35hWOO7Uw
— Matt Barnum (@matt_barnum) November 8, 2020
With DeVos out, Biden plans series of reversals on education https://t.co/DdI0NJcGWU
— Larry Ferlazzo (@Larryferlazzo) November 9, 2020
— LRJ (@lrj417) November 9, 2020
What A Biden Presidency Could Mean For Education is from NPR.
Biden’s Education Department Will Move Fast to Reverse Betsy DeVos’s Policies is from The NY Times.
A big decision awaits Biden’s education pick: to test or not to test is from Chalkbeat.