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EDUCATION POLICY
Multi-Billionaire DeVos Couldn’t Care Less about Defrauded Students

Devos's remarks are an insult to the more-than 65,000 borrowers who have waited for years to have Borrower Defense claims reviewed


EDUCATION POLICY
Leveraging School District and University Partnerships to Grow the Bilingual Teacher Pipeline

Two new reports from New America highlight how school district and university partnerships can help reduce the bilingual teacher shortage.


OPEN TECHNOLOGY INSTITUTE
As California Drops Broadband Privacy (for Now), D.C. Picks It Up

The Council of the District of Columbia recently proposed its own broadband privacy protections: the Broadband Internet Privacy Act of 2017.


EDUCATION POLICY
Home Visit Programs Are Proven to be Effective

MIECHV funding is set to expire if Congress doesn’t act by the end December.


EDUCATION POLICY
Perkins CTE: Better with Apprenticeship

Perkins reauthorization creates an opportunity for Congress to bring apprenticeship and CTE closer together. Let’s hope they don’t miss it.


OPEN TECHNOLOGY INSTITUTE
Keeping the Internet Free and Open: SESTA Will Gut Protection for the Web as We Know It

Amending Section 230 of the CDA will have a profound and negative impact on free speech and information access in the digital world.


EDUCATION POLICY
New Unofficial Guide to the Why and How of State Early Childhood Data Systems

EDUCATION POLICY
Ambitious Bill Aims to Solve Child Care Crisis

Under this bill, no family earning less than 150% of the state median income would pay more than 7% of their income on child care.


EDUCATION POLICY
Q&A with Beth Tarasawa about New Kindergarten Transition Study

Study sheds light on potential long-term benefits of summer programs


OPEN TECHNOLOGY INSTITUTE
Call for Increased Transparency of Intelligence Sharing

OTI joins coalition to tell Congress and international oversight bodies to increase transparency of cross-border intelligence sharing.


OPEN TECHNOLOGY INSTITUTE
The California Legislature is Trying to Run Out the Clock on Protecting Broadband Privacy

States, including California, have attempted to fill the gap left by Congress by proposing laws to protect broadband privacy.


OPEN TECHNOLOGY INSTITUTE
OTI Submits FCC Reply Comments on Net Neutrality

On August 31, OTI filed a second round of comments that continued to push back against the FCC's wrongheaded net neutrality repeal plan.