It’s been weeks since Election Day, and the education policy community is preparing for a Biden White House, divided government on Capitol Hill and persistent political partisanship. A new Administration brings opportunities. There will be new Members of Congress to meet and changes on the Committees that affect education statutes and spending decisions. The pandemic has laid bare some of the urgent issues in P-16+ education and efforts to address its effects this year and next will address them. Listen to experts in higher education, K-12, workforce and STEM education discuss what lies ahead for advocates, policymakers, state leaders and the many other stakeholders in federal education policy.
Lexi Barrett, Associate Vice President, Jobs for the Future
Sarah Bolton, Policy Director, Office of Governor Roy Cooper
Alexis Holmes, Policy Manager, NEA
Bob Moran, Principal, Bose Public Affairs Group
Discussion moderated by Della Cronin, Principal, Bose Public Affairs Group