The Chronicle of Higher Education
By Goldie Blumenstyk
July 20, 2017
Ted Mitchell, a top U.S. Department of Education official during the Obama administration and an architect of several of the college and student-loan accountability regulations the Trump administration is now trying to dismantle, was named on Thursday as the new president of the American Council on Education.
Mr. Mitchell said countering the "narrative that college doesn't matter anymore for individuals in society" would be among his highest priorities for the organization, which represents about 1,800 college presidents on national policy issues.
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