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Promises and Compacts: What a Hillary Clinton Presidency Means for HBCUs

In August 2015, Secretary Hillary Clinton released a plan to make the first two years of college free at public HBCUs and dedicate $25 billion to support private nonprofit institutions that serve low- and middle-income students. In practical terms, the plan is only aspirational because presidents don’t unilaterally control the federal budget. The president proposes […]
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