Conference Call: Presidential Candidates on Higher Education

National Association of Scholars

Democratic candidates for president are talking a lot about higher education. How do their plans compare? And what higher ed policies has President Trump supported?

Join us for a conference call next Wednesday, November 13, as NAS Policy Director Rachelle Peterson breaks down the higher ed plans of leading presidential candidates.

Two months ago, NAS released a chart comparing the top five Democratic contenders on higher education. Next week, we’ll release a newly updated version of that chart—adding in information for President Trump as well.

What: Presidential Candidates on Higher Education

When: Wednesday, November 13, 2:00-3:00 PM Eastern

Where: Call into 855-369-0450 and use the conference code 52-275-553 #.

To RSVP and receive follow-up materials afterward, please register here. Note: this event has been rescheduled from its original date of November 6.

See the full schedule of fall conference calls from NAS here.

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