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Sen. Moore Holds Discussion on Higher Education With Clark U. Students

Tuesday, October 20, 2015

 

Senator Michael Moore

Senator Michael Moore held a conversation with students at Clark University to discuss their educational experience and also to receive feedback about ways to improve higher education in Massachusetts.

“I deeply value the students’ candid contributions and thoughtful suggestions. I would also like to thank Clark University for hosting me. From a policy-making standpoint, it’s important to stay connected with individuals who are directly impacted by bills approved by the Legislature.  I look forward to holding additional campus visits in the coming months to hear a wider range of student voices," said Senator Moore.  

Senator Moore serves as Senate Chair of the Joint Committee on Higher Education and began the dialogue to get first-hand perspectives about what approaches work best within higher education and where improvement is needed.

The discussion touched on many areas including student loan debt, apprenticeships and campus safety.


 

 

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