What State Election Results Mean for Education Policymaking in 2021 - Shared screen with speaker view
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You can also access NASBE's policy update on the 2020 elections here: https://www.nasbe.org/steady-leadership-for-state-education-after-2020-elections/
Let us know who you are, where you're from, and your favorite type of pie here in the chat!
My favorite pie is one that someone else bakes! ;-)
You can access ECS's infographics and run through of the results here: https://ednote.ecs.org/results-of-the-2020-statewide-elections/
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Check out NCSL's insights into legislative election results here: https://www.ncsl.org/blog/2020/11/05/2020-legislative-election-results-its-status-quo-in-the-states.aspx
Here is a link to NCSL's summary of the partisan makeup of each legislative chamber: https://www.ncsl.org/Portals/1/Documents/Elections/Legis_Control_2020_Postelection_DRAFT_11.18.2020_200_PM.pdf
Woody Exley Connecticut
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Amy Riker, Pennsylvania sassie
meant to type strawberry pie and somehow sassie was sent!
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Find NCSL's database on state budgets here: https://www.ncsl.org/research/fiscal-policy/state-actions-to-close-budget-shortfalls-in-response-to-covid-19.aspx (lots of ways to slice/dice data, plus other budget-related resources)
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I have to leave but thank you all very much for this webinar. A happy and safe Thanksgiving to you and yours!
Great job to everyone!!
Thank you all for coming today - Happy Thanksgiving and stay safe!
Happy Thanksgiving- Thanks!!