Aaron Loewenberg

Policy Analyst, Education Policy Program

Aaron Loewenberg is a policy analyst with the Education Policy program at New America. He is a member of the early & elementary education team, where he provides research and analysis on policies that impact children from birth through third grade. Before joining New America, he taught pre-K and kindergarten for four years in Washington, D.C.

Loewenberg holds a bachelor’s degree in government and a master’s degree in educational policy and leadership, both from American University.

All Work

EDUCATION POLICY
Early Education Priorities for 2017

New America’s Education Policy program has released an agenda with 10 important actions to help reform the country’s education system


EDUCATION POLICY
What "Transforming the Workforce" Says About Developing Children's Social-Emotional Skills

Research provides a clear link between between young children's social-emotional skills and academic success


EDUCATION POLICY and FAMILY-CENTERED SOCIAL POLICY
What do DeVos and Price Picks Mean for Early Ed?

The future of early learning under the incoming Trump administration remains opaque.


EDUCATION POLICY
New Report Puts Spotlight on Early Elementary Years

How can state leaders ensure that early education gains persist over time?


EDUCATION POLICY
North Carolina Study: Early Education Gains Persist, Are Linked To Funding

Children who lived in counties that adequately funded early childhood programs made significant gains in reading and math


2017 May be Indiana’s Year for Pre-K

With the expansion of the pre-K pilot program, 2017 is still likely to bring good news for Indiana students—regardless of the scope.


EDUCATION POLICY
Election Results Roundup for Early Education

On Tuesday a handful of cities and states cast votes that will have an impact on the future of education access for young children


EDUCATION POLICY and FAMILY-CENTERED SOCIAL POLICY
When It Comes to Infant-Toddler Care and Development, It's All About the Relationships

A new brief focuses on two practices that child care centers should make a priority: primary caregiving and continuity of care


EDUCATION POLICY
In Indiana Governor's Race, Two Different Approaches for Expanding Pre-K

Democrat John Gregg and Republican Eric Holcomb agree that pre-K access should be expanded, but have sharply divergent views on how quickly


EDUCATION POLICY
Slowly But Surely

In this report, New America looks at the evolution of early learning in the state of Indiana.


EDUCATION POLICY
Slowly But Surely: How Indiana is Building a Pre-K Program

Early & Elementary Education Policy releases a brief that discusses the evolution of early learning in the state


EDUCATION POLICY
Missouri Looks to Cigarette Tax to Fund ECE

If passed, the tax increase is expected to bring in up to $300 million a year in additional revenue