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Some states,though not Connecticut, have already jettisoned it. School choice Trumps 100 Day Plan, calls on Congress to pass the School Choice and Education Opportunity Act, which would allow parents of low income students send their child to the public, private, charter, magnet, religious or home school of their choice using public funds. His plan would spend $20 billion to expand school choice and leverage additional state investments in school choice of up to $110 billion nationwide. Some fear he would get the money by re-prioritizing federal funding from a federal Title 1 grant that districts like Bridgeport rely on to provide extra support to disadvantaged students. Public schools will be detrimentally undermined, underfunded, and underappreciated as a result, Mitchell said. The message this sends is that we as a country don’t value our public schools. Instead of having school choice, we need to strengthen our public schools, not disenfranchise them. Other Trump talking points during the campaign: ending gun-free school zones and eliminating the Department of Education . Higher Ed On the higher ed front there are also questions about financial aid, research dollars and protecting students. Trump pledged to make two and four year colleges more accessible and affordable. How? He doesnt say.
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President-elect Donald Trump and his wife Melania appeared on CBS’ ’60 Minutes’ on Sunday, his first formal interview since winning the election. no dataImage: AP Photo/Alex Brandon By Marcus Gilmer 2016-11-14 02:28:59 UTC On Sunday night, Donald Trump sat down with Leslie Stahl for 60 Minutes, with the entire episode devoted to an interview with the president-elect, his first formal interview since winning the election on November 8. SEE ALSO: Chilling moments from day one in Trump’s America There’s a lot to dig through in the entire interview and Stahl acquitted herself well, veering between easy, building questions and tough, probing queries, and the whole interview, embedded below, is worth watching. There’s so much to parse here: Trump wiggling around admitting regret for how nasty the campaign was; questions of a special prosecutor for Hillary Clinton; his infamous immigration stance ; at least two declarations that he “easily” won the election (despite the fact he lost the popular vote ); and the news that his daughter Ivanka will not have a role in his White House administration. But there were some surprises, too, and we’ve pulled out those five moments for a quick glance at the future of America. “Don’t be afraid.” One of the hotter topics in the post-election world are the numerous protests that have broken out across the country in the wake of Trump’s victory. Stahl asked Trump if he saw a need to go out and soothe the protesters and tell them, “don’t be afraid.” Trump, in a defensive tone, responded, “I would tell them, ‘don’t be afraid,’ absolutely… We are going to bring our country back, but certainly, don’t be afraid.” Trump to protesters: “Don’t be afraid.” pic.twitter.com/2akG9tUrGH Mashable News (@MashableNews) November 14, 2016 It’s the first conciliatory note Trump has struck toward opponents and is particularly surprising given his recent tweet about the protesters. Just had a very open and successful presidential election. Now professional protesters, incited by the media, are protesting. Very unfair! Donald J.his response
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