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Educational Justice

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Trump/GOP Agenda
===Trump/GOP Agenda===
*Trump has 's proposed a student loan policy that has been described as similar to what that put in place by the Obama administration already put in place. This In this plan states that , repayment would be capped at 12.5% of students' income, and that . That debt would be eliminated completely after 15 years. [] The plan was criticized by the GOP for being "left of Obama." []. Mark Huelsman, a senior policy analyst at the liberal think tank Demos, said of reviewed Trump’s student loan plan, . "Trump is essentially trying to deal with the effects of the student loan problem by proposing a new policy somewhat similar to what we have already," he noted. "But his diagnosis of the root causes are misaligned and incorrect.” []*Trump’s student loan plan was further criticized due to for the effects effect it would likely could have on Title IX regulations and on the Education Department of Civil Rights. [] '''Both universities Universities and the Office of Civil Rights would face cutbacks for Title IXcutbacks'''. Adopted in 1972, Title IX states, "no person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance" . It is enforced by the Office of Civil Rights.[] This partnership allowed the White House to increase the efforts of the OCR, as well as to focus on campus sexual assault and bring perpetrators to justice.[]
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