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PREK-12 EDUCATION

Youth at Risk: The Neglected Education of Incarcerated Juveniles

Accountability at the intersection of education and justice reform is crucial for our most vulnerable populations.

PREK-12 EDUCATION
Youth at Risk: The Neglected Education of Incarcerated Juveniles

Accountability at the intersection of education and justice reform is crucial for our most vulnerable populations.


HIGHER EDUCATION
Incomplete Justice for Defrauded Corinthian College Students

Former Corinthian College students seeking to have their private loans discharged after harassment have been denied their day in court.


EARLY & ELEMENTARY EDUCATION
Pre-K in DC: Leading in Access and Working to Improve Instructional Quality

A recent report emphasizes the positives of high access and funding, while acknowledging that work remains to be done to improve instruction


PREK-12 EDUCATION and DUAL LANGUAGE LEARNERS
California’s New Data Dashboard and What It Means for English Learners

California’s new K-12 data tool brings greater transparency to English learners in an important way.


CENTER ON EDUCATION AND SKILLS
Moving Apprenticeship Forward

With bipartisan support and new momentum, apprenticeship may enter a period of historic expansion - but will face key issues first.


PREK-12 EDUCATION
New Brief: Painting the ESSA Canvas

New America report offers four ideas for states to think big on educator quality in implementing Title II of the Every Student Succeeds Act.


PREK-12 EDUCATION
No Choice Left: School Voucher Programs and the Gay Exception

The beliefs of religious and pro-LGBT people are very much still in battle. Their arena? School voucher programs.


HIGHER EDUCATION
Students Aren't Only Ones Confused by Federal Financial Aid

How might giving out financial aid incrementally over the course of the semester, instead of in one lump sum impact student success?


HIGHER EDUCATION
Reading the Tea Leaves: More Cuts to Student Aid Expected

The Administration wants to pull $3.9 billion out of the roughly $10.6 billion Pell program surplus.


PREK-12 EDUCATION
Should “Supporting Effective Instruction State Grants” Be Saved?

The Trump administration's initial 2018 budget blueprint calls for the elimination of Supporting Effective Instruction State Grants.


EARLY & ELEMENTARY EDUCATION
How Three States Are Focusing on Early Childhood Educators

In 2016, more than 120 bills related to early childhood were passed in 38 states. Three states in particular passed noteworthy legislation.


PREK-12 EDUCATION
Implications for PreK-12 Education in Trump’s "America First" Budget

The broad priorities for PreK-12 education center around school choice.