Exploring how stronger laws and enforcement can reduce debt traps in short-term lending.
New data show that principals believe they have a major influence on teacher evaluation. However, principals do not receive the professional support they need.
The landscape of school leadership and principal professional development is changing rapidly.
Apprenticeship is a time-tested worker-training model and could be a possible solution to America’s workforce challenges.
While the ruling in Vergara v. California may have sparked strong reactions, we can all agree that great teaching matters.
By refusing to live outside their comfort zones and to express empathy for their fellow citizens, Americans empower a minority of harsh voices—on both the right and the left—to strangle our shared sense of community.
Government subsidies for capital gains and dividends are helping the rich get richer.
The United States needs to closely examine its record in helping to build security-force capacity before investing in a new $5 billion fund to support foreign counterterrorism efforts.
A new CAP report highlights why the nation's labor standards need to be updated.
Cities should play a significant role in the effort to reduce carbon pollution.
A new CAP report offers four policy solutions to protect women from gun violence.
A new CAP issue brief discusses how the Obama administration should manage the threat of a new terrorist group in Iraq.
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.