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The Big Things You Need to Know About Education and the Presidential Election

Have you just started paying attention to the election? Trying to grasp as much about the candidates and the issues as you can as fast as possible? We've got just the video for you.

The Andrew half of Politics K-12 was on PBS Newshour earlier this month chatting about Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump, and where they stand on K-12. He was joined by Inside Higher Education's Scott Jaschik, who talked about higher education issues. 

Check it out: 

Want more? Take a look at our interactive graphic on education and the election. Below are the topics we've included in the graphic, in which we describe where Clinton and Trump stand on each one.

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