Accessible Voting – Higher Ed Affordability – College Scorecard

March 21, 2013
Hosted by Squire Patton Boggs

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Episode Description

Join us on this week’s Capital Thinking with host Kevin O’Neill who will first be joined by Dr. Juan Gilbert of Clemson University. Dr. Gilbert will share highlights of his voting technology research, which is aimed to increase voter accessibility, including for members of the military. Next, following up on our previous segments concerning college affordability, Kevin will welcome first-time guest Andrew Gillen of the Education Sector to talk about his study in college tuition analysis. Lastly, our in-house higher education issues specialist Amy Budner Smith will discuss the “college scorecard” referenced by President Obama in last month’s State of the Union address. Follow us on Twitter @capitalthinking and tweet your responses.

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