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.
Congress needs to increase its assistance for low-income households to help them adapt to the hotter weather that is a result of climate change.
In a new CAP issue brief, Daniel Bahr, Germany’s federal minister of health, explains how wide-reaching reforms to Germany’s prescription drug market can inform U.S. research.
A new CAP report looks at America’s first five Promise Zones. It also details how the federal government can improve the initiative and support place-based work.
As the next round of open enrollment begins in November, a new and more effective management structure is essential for the Affordable Care Act’s next phase of implementation.
A new CAP report looks at the nexus of climate change, migration, and security in five Chinese hotspots, analyzing what it means for both domestic and regional policymaking.