It’s been quite a dramatic election season, with the two main presidential candidates debating on a number of topics; however, due to the theatrical nature of this election, education has, unfortunately, taken a backseat.
That why eCampus News has put together an informal, quick-hitting resource on the two main presidential nominees’ positions on some of the most pressing higher education issues today. Be sure to check out Page 2 for the results of our reader poll.
[Editor’s note: Under the two images below, we included a link to the PDF version for downloading and easier reading. For coverage on each main candidate’s position on K-12 issues, click here.]
Donald Trump on Higher Education
Hillary Clinton on Higher Education
(Next page: Results from our informal poll)
With over 2,500 readers taking the poll, this is one of the most popular polls in eCampus New history! Have any further thoughts on this election you’d like to share? Be sure to post them in our comments section below.
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