By Adam Harris
April 24, 2017
|Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images|
The U.S. Senate Committee on Heath, Education, Labor, and Pensions has, over the last several years, successfully advanced a fair amount of bipartisan legislation. But several early disputes may strain that bipartisanship, weakening the chances of reauthorizing the Higher Education Act. The most recent act, which is the major piece of legislation governing policy on post secondary education, was set to expire in 2013, but was extended through last year to allow legislators more time to work on an updated version.
Read the full article at The Chronicle of Higher Education's website here.