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Higher Education After the Election

Higher education reform has received a lot of attention as political candidates presented their platforms and participated in debates across the country over the past several years. From financial aid and accessibility to employment and academic quality, there's no denying the need for improved policies that affect students, faculty members, and institutions alike.

Now that the votes have been cast, what is your message for the next administration? What are their priorities moving forward? Join us on Wednesday, the day after the election, to share your ideas and advice for all those elected at the local, state, and federal levels.

This week's read-aheads:

Ten Principles of Higher Education Reform – Report from The Heartland Institute

Higher Education Reform in Motion from HuffPost College

2012 Presidential Campaign and American Higher Education from American
Association of State Colleges and Universities

The Future of Higher Education – Report from Pew Internet & American Life Project