Now the Views of the Vice Presidential Candidates on Higher Ed

A few weeks ago, NEJHE highlighted a brief bibliography of what’s been said about the major presidential candidates’ positions on higher education policy. Since then, both candidates introduced their running mates. Here are a few recent articles from various sources on the vice presidential candidates’ positions on higher ed …

Tim Kaine

Tim Kaine’s Political Summary on Issue: Higher Education, Vote Smart

Is Tim Kaine A Sign Democrats Are Leaving The ‘Education Reform Camp?,’ Jeff Bryant, Education Opportunity Network, July 26, 2016

Tim Kaine’s Record on Education, Michael Stratford, Politico, July

Tim Kaine and Higher Ed, Scott Jaschik, Inside Higher Education, July 25, 2016

Kaine, as Governor, Left a Mark on Higher Education in Virginia, July 25, 2016

Tim Kaine’s Hefty Education Resume, Lauren Camera, U.S. News & World Report, July 25, 2016

Mike Pence

Mike Pence’s Public Statements on Issue: Higher Education, Vote Smart

Mike Pence Set To Strengthen Ties To ALEC And Corporate-Driven Education Reform, Pam Vogel, Media Matters for America, July 28, 2016

If Democrats Think Mike Pence Is An Extremist, Will They Stop Supporting His Education Policies?, Jeff Bryant, Education Opportunity Network, July 21, 2016

Mike Pence On Education: 7 Things The Vice Presidential Candidate Wants You To Know, Maureen Sullivan, Forbes, July 20, 2016

Mike Pence’s Record on Education Is One of Turmoil and Mixed Results,

The Basics of Mike Pence on Education: A Battle for Control, Scott Elliott, Chalkbeat, July 13, 2015


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