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RESOURCE SECURITY
The Pentagon's Fuel Fiefdom

EDUCATION POLICY
Measuring Pre-K Access and Quality with New and Improved Benchmarks

The National Institute for Early Education Research released The State of Preschool 2016, an annual report on pre-K access and quality.


EDUCATION POLICY
Changes to the Future of Student Loan Servicing

NEW AMERICA CA
#RenewAmerica

California reflects on New America's 2017 Annual Conference.


EDUCATION POLICY
The Importance of Equal Pay Between Pre-K and K-3rd Teachers

While requiring pre-K teachers to have college degrees is intended to improve learning, it can also backfire by leading to higher turnover.


EDUCATION POLICY
Averages Aren't Enough: Why Students Deserve Program-Level Outcomes Information

Career Education Colleges Universities's proposal to replace gainful employment would deliberately mislead prospective students.


EDUCATION POLICY
Skills Takeaways from the Trump Budget Request

Deep cuts to the workforce system proposed in the 2018 budget request will hurt American workers - perhaps Trump voters worst of all.


EDUCATION POLICY
Trump's Budget Proposes Cuts for Early and Elementary Education

Preschool Development Grants and child care assistance for low-income students are eliminated


EDUCATION POLICY
The Biggest Losers in FY 2018 Higher Ed Budget Request

The Trump administration today released its full 2018 budget request to Congress -- and it has particularly harsh implications for students.


EDUCATION POLICY
Using ESSA to Tackle Chronic Absence from Pre-K to K-12

The inclusion of chronic absence in state ESSA plans provides an opportunity to create effective links between early childhood and K-12 educ


EDUCATION POLICY and FAMILY-CENTERED SOCIAL POLICY
The Power of Engaging Parents as Leaders

COFI builds the leadership, power and voice of low-income parents to improve life opportunities for children and families.


EDUCATION POLICY
Surprising Results in Study of Child Care Hiring Practices

Applicants with higher levels of education and experience less likely to earn an interview