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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?

Well, certainly we can say Goodbye, Betsy DeVos, and Biden has pledged to replace her with an educator. There is no shortage of names being bandied about…

Here are some articles that provide good overviews of Biden’s education agenda:

Biden’s exhaustive education agenda — and Trump’s skimpy one — get short shrift during long campaign is from Ed Source.

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 are his thoughts on higher education policies.


Here’s an important aside: Jill Biden plans to continue to teach if she becomes first lady

What A Biden Presidency Could Mean For Education is from NPR.

Replacing DeVos: Contenders Surface for Biden’s Education Secretary Pick is from Ed Week.

What Biden’s student loan forgiveness plan would mean for borrowers is from CNBC.

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.

On COVID and schools, President-elect Biden has promised a different approach is from Chalkbeat.

Biden Wants To Help Pay Some Student Loans, But There’s Pressure To Go Further is from NPR.