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AASA’s Ellerson Ng: Education policy cannot be a zero-sum game

2018 was a big year for education policy. The midterm elections brought a new wave of educators into public office, all states’ ESSA accountability systems were approved, a federal school safety commission formed and released its final recommendations, and Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.), the top Republican in Congress on education, has announced his retirement.

However, that doesn’t even begin to encapsulate the ed policy happenings of the past year. And for Noelle Ellerson Ng, associate executive director of policy and advocacy for The School Superintendents Association, staying on top of federal education politics and policy is part of her daily itinerary.

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