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Campaign 2016: Trump & Clinton On Education


via NPR: Where Donald Trump And Hillary Clinton Stand On 10 Policy Issues


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The Republican position wins here, on this issue: Mr Trump is more realistic than Dr Stein with respect to his appraisal policy, which may benefit from his business experience. Dr Stein's position, in turn, is preferable to Governor Johnson's in that she supports debt-free public university colleges, and to Secretary Clinton's because she would empower families to choose private schools that are free of the Common Core state standards, or that enable their pupils to accelerate through them at a more rapid rate than that indicated by their age-based grade labels, which is what my pupils and I do in our private lessons.

The Republican platform on education remains competitive, in spite of the imperfections of their standard-bearer.

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