Competency-based education is an innovative way to measure the value of a liberal arts degree.
A new CAP report looks at how lessons learned from Freedom Summer can advance democracy in the Black Belt.
Immigration reform is set to become an even more pressing policy issue for the Latino electorate.
A new CAP report discusses how the United States should support Jordan’s political and economic reform in the wake of the Arab uprisings and the Syrian civil war.
Women of color entrepreneurs stand to play an even bigger role in the U.S. economy as the nation becomes more diverse.
We need to reform our immigration laws to protect LGBT immigrants from hate violence.
A new CAP issue brief looks at New York’s significant state-level investment in expanded learning time for districts and schools.
A new CAP issue brief looks at lessons learned from the innovation of state takeover districts in the area of teacher professional development.
A new CAP report discusses the rise of school networks in New York City, Baltimore, Denver, and Chicago.
A new CAP issue brief looks at the adoption of rooftop solar in emerging residential markets.
The public deserves to know the relevant facts in the debate over the Environmental Protection Agency’s forthcoming carbon pollution rule.
Research highlights why austerity has been such a harmful economic policy in the United States and Europe.
Progressive reform of our tax code will support both college access and affordability, as well as help student-loan borrowers.
A new CAP issue brief discusses both the successes of the Credit CARD Act and what still needs to be done.
While it is clear who will win Egypt’s upcoming presidential election, it is not clear what he will do and whether the country will stabilize.