Testing. Charter schools. Affordability. Affirmative action.
Education—from preschool to college—is almost always a point of debate in an election year. Now, as presidential candidates roll out their latest policy papers, our disagreements can seem bigger than ever.
How can the country effectively address the issues that have long plagued our education system—including student debt and racial inequities? And what do students and their parents want most, when it comes to educational reform?
In its sixth annual summit, The Atlantic will discuss the biggest political issues in education with leading policymakers, leaders, students, and teachers.