Conservatives hope for major education changes if Trump wins

Conservatives are hoping for major education reforms from President Trump should he return to the White House.

The presumptive Republican nominee has touted his record with school choice and his goal to reverse President Biden’s Title IX reforms, as well as regularly decrying efforts at student loan forgiveness.

Education has never been a top issue for Trump, who devotes far more energy to immigration and the economy, but that doesn’t bother conservatives, who would rather see the issue returned to state and local governments regardless.

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