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EDUCATION POLICY
New Data Show Wider Repayment Gap Between Low- and High-Income Borrowers

New data reveal a larger divide between the rate at which high- and low-income borrowers repay their student loans.


EDUCATION POLICY
What “Transforming the Workforce” Says About Leaders

RESOURCE SECURITY
Resource Security News Round Up - 1/20

This week in resource security news.


EDUCATION POLICY
Taking A Look at Transitional Kindergarten in California

In 2010 California embarked on an experiment to create a new grade level for the 4-year-olds inside its public schools,


EDUCATION POLICY
Reports Offers Promising Examples of PreK-3rd Alignment Work

Pre-K should be followed by kindergarten through third grade classrooms that are well-aligned


EDUCATION POLICY
How the G.O.P. Became For-Profit College Abuse Deniers

Much like climate change, Republicans deny that there have been for-profit college abuses


EDUCATION POLICY
Fewer Borrowers Are Repaying Their Loans Than Previously Thought

The US Department of Education announced a critical error in the way it had previously been calculating repayment rates.


EDUCATION POLICY
Increasing the Impact of the Department of Education’s Competitive Grants

The Department of Education issued a new open licensing rule today for its competitive grant programs.


RESOURCE SECURITY
Resource Security News Round Up - 1/13

This week in resource security news.


RESOURCE SECURITY
Mattis on Military Energy Security

In yesterday’s hearing on the nomination of General Jim Mattis (USMC, ret) to be Secretary of Defense, Senator Jeanne Shaheen asked about mi


EDUCATION POLICY
Multilingual Paraprofessionals Highlight Barriers to Entering the Teaching Profession

A new paper uses focus group data with multilingual paraprofessionals to explore barriers to entering teaching.


EDUCATION POLICY
Reconnecting opportunity youth through work-based learning

An OECD report debuted at New America explores strategies for building shared success for at-risk youth and their employers.