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President-elect Joe Biden has promised to give schools clear, consistent, effective national guidelines for reopening. How will his presidency impact education in the short- and long-term? On November 12 at 7 pm ET, NASBE is partnering with the Hunt Institute and others to host a special webinar with former U.S. Secretaries of Education Margaret Spellings and Arne Duncan, along with New York City Department of Education Chancellor Richard Carranza and Miami-Dade County Public Schools Superintendent Alberto Carvalho, to discuss how state leaders can support district superintendents during this tumultuous year. Learn more and register here.

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