School Choice Likely to Top Trump’s Agenda for K-12 Education
What might change in public schools after Donald Trump becomes president in January is anyone’s guess.
But experts and insiders are predicting that education changes will not be a high priority for the Trump administration. During a panel discussion Monday at the National Press Club, several experts said the new administration will likely be more focused on health care and immigration.
If there are changes for education, they will likely come first in higher education, where Trump has promised to privatize student loan programs, some said.