College and university presidents (who overwhelmingly supported the Obama campaign in 2012) are more skeptical than expected about the President's effort to reform federal financial aid, according to a recent poll. The most controversial part of the reform proposal includes instituting a national system of ratings and tying federal funding to highly-rated schools.
The proper and most effective way to fix America’s education system has baffled reformers, grassroots activists, and government officials for decades.
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