Biden who worked as the senator of Delaware for over 40 years has announced his candidacy for the 2020 US Presidential elections from the Democratic party along with 20 other prominent people. The famous names who are in the race from the Democratic Party are Bernie Sanders, Kamala Harris, Pete Buttigieg, etc. Out of all the Democratic candidates, Joe Biden ranks first in the race to be the final Presidential candidate from the Democratic party. His work in political and public sectors are his biggest strengths. Joe Biden has also worked as the Vice President of the United States for two different terms with Barack Obama as the President. As the VP of the United States, Biden was responsible for implementing crucial policies like Obama Care and worked on issues of drug cartels, drug trafficking, and migration to the US In his run-up to the 2020 Presidential campaign, Joe Biden has announced some key policies that would be implemented once he becomes the President of the United States.
One of the policies is “Education Plan for all.” Let’s discuss in detail about Joe Biden’s Education Policy.
On May 28, speaking at a campaign rally in front of teachers and audience, Joe Biden has announced his proposal of Education Plan for the 2020 US Elections campaign. The education plan where it focuses on spending more federal funds on districts serving low-income schools. The project aims to implement universal pre-kindergarten and to give a raise to teachers. Biden’s education plan calls for tripling the federal government funds that are spent on low-income schools & colleges from $16 billion to $48 billion. Biden’s program clearly emphasizes the goals to be reached. First and foremost, all 3 to 4-year kids should get access to pre-kindergarten at all the schools which are followed by advanced placement courses and to give teachers’ a raise. Any leftover funds are used to meet the other requirements of the schools. Not only the above ideas, but Joe Biden’s Education policy also plans to help children with mental health care in all the schools and create community schools that are needed in low-income areas which offer social services and doctors for other help.
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