CAP has identified a series of proposals, including a grant program that would increase recruitment and retention of highly qualified educators in schools with the highest teacher turnover, helping ensure equitable access to great teaching in school districts across the country.
CAP has advocated for investments in higher education, including better supporting community college and part-time students, boosting the Pell Grant for low-income students, investing in minority-serving institutions, and recognizing the importance of robust student advising and wraparound supports.
Consumer protection has always been the main purpose of federal legislation regarding accreditation.
The opportunity to ensure strong student outcomes in postsecondary education exists—accreditors just have to be willing to take it.
Inconsistency in the sanctioning of poor-performing colleges across accrediting agencies undermines the college oversight system.
A CAP study finds that students’ circumstances are stable enough to have them file the FAFSA just once, which could have a positive impact on students—particularly those who receive Pell Grants.
These fact sheets explore the status of early childhood programs in each state and highlight the need to invest in programs that support child development, allow parents to work, and strengthen state economies.
CAP presents a new plan for tackling affordability, quality, and accountability in higher education through a racial and socioeconomic equity lens.
Teachers across the country are underpaid and deserve a raise.
These 10 state facts sheets provide comprehensive new information on the number of rural families served by Head Start, including rates of health service delivery.
Trump’s budget is an unmitigated disaster for everyday Americans—including women, people with disabilities, LGBTQ individuals, communities of color, and more.
This fact sheet outlines seven principles for improving federal oversight of colleges and universities.