The president and his education secretary, Betsy DeVos, have said little about their higher-education priorities so far. But that doesn’t mean their stewardship hasn’t been felt.
The program helps prepare low-income high-school students for college. Some members of Congress are urging the Education Department to "apply some common sense" and reconsider the rejected applications, putting more focus on substance than format.
The U.S. Senate education committee has been able to work on bipartisan legislation in the past. But will early disputes jeopardize lawmakers’ ability to come to the table?