Trump Talks Education Policy, Or Something Like ThatBy Jane Reed, UniversityHerald Reporter
Presidential Candidate Donald Trump made the headlines regarding his stand on education and the policies associated with it. He started to describe his stand but he never finished his speech.
Education platforms everywhere are trying to find out what Donald Trump's plans are. According to AEI, he was going to devote a whole week to detailing his education views. Reports indicated that Trump started his agenda by explaining his stance on immigration. The industry and the media went on a frenzy trying to prepare and find out what his position is on education since Hillary Clinton already has her agenda covered by a debt-free education system.
His agenda then involves him meeting with the Mexican president, Enrique Pena Nieto. Then Trump gave a speech in Phoenix about his hardline stance. The week ended with him detailing his alteration on the stance on immigration. Trump's education week focused on him acknowledging the fact that the had difficulty deporting 11 million unauthorized immigrants. In the end, he promises to work on a new policy that courses through to legalization.
There was no point during the week that the presidential candidate uttered any significant thoughts on education. As of now, the country and the media still do not have any clue about what his thoughts and plans are on education. Reports indicate that he "makes things up as he goes along."
In other news, the Trump administration is not having any luck on having an education advisor on board. While the opposition is trying to win the hearts of many Americans when it comes to zeroing or minimizing the cost of education, and the current administration trying to streamline the education system, Trump's camp remains mum. Maybe until Trump himself does plan to talk about it.
Meanwhile, Trump University is still undergoing investigation regarding the fraud cases brought forward.
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