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What the Election Results Mean for Higher Ed

What the Election Results Mean for Higher Ed

The Chronicle of Higher Education

Sarah Brown and Andy Thomason
November 9, 2022
Tuesday’s midterm elections appeared likely to bring about a divided government in Washington, signaling an uptick in scrutiny of student-debt relief, Title IX, and racial-justice efforts. As of 12 a.m. Wednesday, Republicans were favored to take control of the U.S. House of Representatives and could possibly win the U.S. Senate.
Control of the Senate, which Democrats have held by the narrowest of margins since 2021, was still unclear as votes continued to be tallied Tuesday night. Even if Democrats manage to hold onto the chamber, legislative momentum on any major higher-ed bills is unlikely, with Republicans on track to take the House. The Higher Education Act, which expired in 2013, seems likely to languish for another couple of years.
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