Graham-Cassidy ACA Repeal Bill Would Cause Huge Premium Increases for People with Pre-Existing Conditions
Under Graham-Cassidy, states could allow insurers to discriminate against people with pre-existing conditions once again.
The Economic Benefits of Passing the DREAM Act
Passage of the DREAM Act would improve the American economy and contribute to the economic recovery and our future economic stability.
DACA Recipients’ Economic and Educational Gains Continue to Grow
According to the largest study to date, DACA recipients continue to play a critical role in the American economy, gaining higher wages, buying cars and houses, and starting businesses, benefiting the entire nation.
New Census Data Show Household Incomes Are Rising Again, But Share Going to Middle Class Is at Record Low
Too many families are being left behind as a record-high share of income goes to the top.
Distortion and Dysfunction: Incentives Facing the U.S. Congress
Join the Center for American Progress and Sen. Michael Bennet as we discuss the importance of leadership from elected officials and citizens to correct course and demand a democratic political system capable of governing on behalf of the American people and preparing for the future.
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Revisiting the Teacher Selectivity and Diversity Dilemma
Please join the Center for American Progress for a presentation of findings from these pieces and a discussion among practitioners and policy thought leaders on the ways that stakeholders and advocates at all levels can work toward a teaching profession that is both more selective and diverse.
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America Needs More Teachers of Color and a More Selective Teaching Profession
States, teacher preparation programs, and alternative certification programs are taking steps to build a more diverse and selective pool of educators.
More Time for ACICS Schools Puts Students and Taxpayers in Harm’s Way
The Senate Appropriations Committee’s dangerous giveaway would provide ACICS schools up to three years to find a new accreditor.
Hidden in Plain Sight
Most part-time college students never make it to graduation. The higher education system must do better.
Getting Real on Sanctions Is Key to Pressuring North Korea
Overlooking some of Pyongyang’s biggest weak spots and allowing Beijing to pretend it doesn’t own the North Korea problem undermines U.S. efforts to address the North Korean threat.
2 Million Parents Forced to Make Career Sacrifices Due to Problems with Child Care
New analysis finds that in 2016, 2 million parents had to quit a job, not take a job, or greatly change their job because of problems with child care.
The ‘Trump Loophole’ Would Benefit Millionaires, Not Small Businesses
President Trump's and House Republicans' proposed "small-business" tax cut would create a new loophole for millionaires—including Wall Street financiers, lobbyists, lawyers, and wealthy business owners like Trump—while doing little or nothing for real small businesses.
Giving Away Corporate Tax Cuts Is Not How to Make the United States More Competitive
American competitiveness would be better served by ensuring that U.S. corporations pay their fair share of taxes and investing those revenues in education, infrastructure, and other public investments that make America a desirable place to do business.