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BETTER LIFE LAB
The Role Model Effect

RESILIENT COMMUNITIES
Resilient Communities Director Greta Byrum Completes Harvard Loeb Fellowship

EDUCATION POLICY
Rethinking Data for English Learners in the ESSA Era

Two new reports from New America highlight the need for more accurate, meaningful data on English learner outcomes.


BETTER LIFE LAB
Women Advocating for Women: Claire Wasserman

EDUCATION POLICY
English-Only States and Native Language Assessment Under ESSA

ESSA provides new benefits for English learners, but individual state laws and policies could hinder the implementation of these provisions.


EDUCATION POLICY
Americans have spoken. Now it’s time to deliver.

There are a number of options policymakers and researchers can explore to ensure higher education can deliver on its promise.


OPEN TECHNOLOGY INSTITUTE
OTI, EFF, and CDT Urged the Supreme Court to Take Case on the Constitutionality of Section 702 Surveillance

The massive secrecy that shrouds Section 702 has prevented the courts from considering the constitutionality of this surveillance.


EDUCATION POLICY
For-Profit Colleges' Own Inconsistency, Not the Federal Government’s, Poses Their Biggest Threat

CYBERSECURITY INITIATIVE
Can NIST be the Savior of Federal Cybersecurity?

EDUCATION POLICY
To Foster Inclusivity, Start Early

Pre-K programs should be more intentional about including students with disabilities


BETTER LIFE LAB
Trans Women Driving The Conversation: Sarah McBride

Meet Sarah McBride, the National Press Secretary for the Human Rights Campaign.


EDUCATION POLICY
Cast Your Vote: New America’s Education Policy Program Invited to Participate in Five Proposed SXSW EDU Panels

New America’s Education Policy program has been invited to participate in five proposed panels at next year's SXSW EDU.