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Listen to Jesse Gutierrez from McGraw-Hill Education and Jay Diskey from AAP on Education Talk Radio where they discussed the latest trends in state and federal legislation as well as what you have to look forward to at the Fall Policy Exchange. If that's not enough policy news for you, AAP members should register for the September 3 members-only webinar, California End-of-Session Report and State Education Funding Review.

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