What will 2012 bring for education?

12/27/2011 | Education Week

Education-policy expert Rick Hess predicts the education-related news that will make headlines in 2012. He writes that Republican presidential candidates are likely to shift their focus from the elimination of the Education Department to education reform, and that a few states will be pressured to reverse their commitment to Common Core State Standards. He also predicts the Khan Academy's flipped instructional model will produce mixed results, especially for certain students.

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