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2020 Election Results: What Do They Mean for Education?

2020 Election Results Webinar imageJoin AACTE government relations consultant Jane West and her insightful and politically astute guests to dissect the 2020 election results at the federal level on November 18. Barmak Nassirian, director of federal relations and policy analysis for the American Association of Colleges and Universities, will offer a perspective from the higher education sector while Danny Carlson, director of policy and advocacy for the National Association of Elementary School Principals, will cover the PK-12 perspective.  Join us as we consider the following:

  • Who is in the running for the next Secretary of Education?
  • What will the education priorities be for the next four years?
  • Will there EVER be another COVID relief bill? What will be in there for education?
  • Who will chair the Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions in the Senate and what difference will it make?
  • Who will take the helm of the all-important chair for the Appropriations Committee in the House and what difference will it make?

We will have a lively discussion about where the election results stand, what is possible with a new balance of power and how you can continue to make your voice heard!  Remember, if you’re not at the table, you’re probably on the menu!

Register for our webinar Wednesday, November 18 from 3:00 -4:00 pm ET.


Jacqueline Rodriguez

Jacqueline Rodriguez

Vice President, Research, Policy, and Advocacy, AACTE