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Introductions and Panel: The Pulse of the Electorate With Lara Brown

December 13, 2016 47:08

Michael Feuer, the dean of the George Washington University’s Graduate School of Education and Human Development, and Michele Givens, president and CEO of Editorial Projects in Education introduce the day’s program, handing off to Lara Brown, Interim Director and Associate Professor of The Graduate School of Political Management at George Washington University, for a discussion on the pulse of the 2016 electorate and what was on voters’ minds this year, with a particular focus on equity and domestic issues.

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