Fact Sheet: State-by-State Estimates of Eligibility for a 2010 Immigration Registry Update
Updating the Immigration and Nationality Act’s registry date from 1972 to 2010 would allow millions of undocumented immigrants to access a pathway to citizenship.
The House Ways and Means Build Back Better Bill Is a First Step Toward a Fairer Tax Code
The Ways and Means Committee’s tax reforms take important steps toward tax fairness; Congress should do more.
SSI Reform Would Boost Incomes for Seniors and Disabled People
By raising a low, outdated income floor, the SSI Restoration Act would pull more than 3 million Americans out of poverty.
Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccination for Health Care Workers as a Condition for Medicare and Medicaid Participation
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services should make COVID-19 vaccination mandatory for providers participating in Medicare and Medicaid, as this action would protect vulnerable patients, set a positive example for other employers, and contribute to the national effort to contain the virus.
Making CTC and EITC Expansions Permanent Would Reduce Poverty and Grow the Economy
The child tax credit and earned income tax credit benefit low-income and working families, help families get back to work, and promote future work, while lifting children out of poverty and alleviating hunger.
Nurse Urges EPA To Clean Up Pollution From Cars
Nurse and scientist Roxana Chicas urges the U.S Environmental Protection Agency to protect public health and the climate by cleaning up pollution from cars.
To Harness the Power of the Ocean To Fight Climate Change, the Biden Administration Needs a Plan
Ocean carbon dioxide removal solutions may contribute to policies and strategies that achieve the goal of negative emissions by midcentury, but implementation at scale must be balanced with concerns about unintended environmental impacts, environmental justice, a social license to operate, and governance issues.
The Build Back Better Act Would Greatly Lower Families’ Child Care Costs
The Build Back Better Act would ease a significant burden on middle-class families’ finances, lowering their child care costs by more than $100 per week in most states.
State Abortion Legislation in 2021
In 2021, the United States has seen the highest number of abortion restrictions made law in a single year, and the legal context in which this newly enacted legislation will operate is particularly tenuous.
Future of Testing in Education: Effective and Equitable Assessment Systems
This analysis of testing in schools shows what the current debate gets wrong, and how educators and policymakers can create a future where assessments are a more effective part of the teaching and learning system.
Future of Testing in Education: Artificial Intelligence
Technology and artificial intelligence can vastly improve the types of assessments teachers use to guide students in their learning.