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In this Sept. 8, 2016, file photo, then-Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump reaches to shake hands with Egunjobi Songofunmi during a meeting with students and educators before a speech on school choice at Cleveland Arts and Social Sciences Academy in Cleveland. School voucher programs in the nation’s capital and Vice President-elect Mike Pence’s home state of Indiana could serve as a blueprint for a Trump administration education plan. (Evan Vucci/AP, File)
In this Sept. 8, 2016, file photo, then-Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump reaches to shake hands with Egunjobi Songofunmi during a meeting with students and educators before a speech on school choice at Cleveland Arts and Social Sciences Academy in Cleveland. School voucher programs in the nation’s capital and Vice President-elect Mike Pence’s home state of Indiana could serve as a blueprint for a Trump administration education plan. (Evan Vucci/AP, File)
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Among the many groups in Massachusetts waiting to figure out what the policies of President-elect Trump will mean here are educators — education is an area where the real estate developer has no record.

Trump's Vice President-elect Mike Pence has an extensive education record as governor of Indiana. Pence's education policies in Indiana appear popular with the president-elect.

For a look at what that record might tell us, we connected with former WBUR education reporter Peter Balonon-Rosen who now covers education for Indiana Public Broadcasting.

This segment aired on November 21, 2016.

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Bob Oakes has been WBUR's Morning Edition anchor since 1992.

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