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EDUCATION POLICY
Better Together: Embedding Certifications to Support Adult Learners

A supply chain management program at Broward College shows how multi-credential pathways can help adult students land a better job.


EDUCATION POLICY
New Reports Outline Early Learning Policies for Dual Language Learners

The Migration Policy Institute (MPI) published new reports taking stock of early learning policies for DLLs.


EDUCATION POLICY
Targeting the Labor Market with Free College

It's time to combine two of the hottest topics in higher education: free college and apprenticeship.


EDUCATION POLICY
A Step in the Right Direction: Career Exploration in Middle School

Research shows that middle school matters in preparing students for college and career readiness, and policymakers are taking notice.


EDUCATION POLICY
How to Show Appreciation This Principals Month? Empower Them to Lead Our Youngest Learners

October is National Principals Month and it’s an opportunity to acknowledge the hard work of these too often overlooked professionals.


EDUCATION POLICY
Rethinking the Word Gap

A new study finds word gap acceptance among teachers has consequences for low-income Latinx students.


PUBLIC INTEREST TECHNOLOGY
Launching the Opioid Mapping Initiative

Overdoses due to the opioid epidemic are now the leading cause of death for people under 50 years old, but stigma prevails.


OPEN TECHNOLOGY INSTITUTE
OTI Submits Reply Comments to the FCC on Broadband Deployment

OTI filed reply comments to the FCC as they determine whether broadband is being deployed in a reasonable and timely manner.


EDUCATION POLICY
‘We Knew We Had to Grow Our Own’

The Fresno Teacher Residency Program is a joint effort between Fresno Unified School District and Fresno State University.


CYBERSECURITY INITIATIVE
Beyond the Worst-Case Assumptions on China’s Cybersecurity Law

EDUCATION POLICY
A Survey of Programs Using Digital-Age Approaches to Family Engagement & Early Learning

We invite family engagement and early learning program leaders to fill out our survey. Results will be published publicly next Spring.


EDUCATION POLICY
Keeping Score: The Changing Demographics of Federal Aid Recipients