Overview of Presidential Nominees’ Policies

The 2020 presidential campaign season is in full swing. The Democratic National Convention concluded on August 20 with former Vice President Joe Biden officially accepting his party’s nomination for president and Senator Kamala Harris accepting the nomination for vice president. A week later on August 27, President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence accepted the accepted the Republican nomination for president and vice president, respectively.

Ahead of the Republican Convention, President Trump outlined a broad agenda for his second term in office. His education plan highlights two key goals: school choice and teaching “American exceptionalism.” Democratic presidential nominee and former Vice President Joe Biden has released more detailed policy plans. His education plan includes supporting teachers, investing in schools and students, addressing inequities, ensuring career readiness, and investing in early childhood education. For more information on the candidates’ education plans and other key issues, visit McGuireWoods Consulting’s website.