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Read recent education policy news and commentary written by your education policy team and guest authors working across the education field. For information on submitting a guest blog, contact Mandy Zatynski at mzatynski@ecs.org.

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Reimagining Credit Accumulation for Adult Students

By Erin Whinnery | Jan 9, 2018

Many high school students know they can earn college credit by taking Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate exams. However, returning and first-time adult college students don’t have similar credit accumulation…


Who Makes Ed Policy in Your State?

By Hunter Railey | Dec 19, 2017

State education governance can be complex and a bit of a mystery to even the most experienced policy wonks. While education policy discussions usually focus on policy improvements, innovative practices…


Nominate an Ed Staffer in Your State!

By Todd Butterworth | Dec 11, 2017

This guest post comes from Todd Butterworth, principal research analyst at the Nevada Legislative Counsel Bureau and 2017 LESN Recognition Award recipient. The education staffers in America’s state legislatures are…


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