The Trump administration's decision to take down the IRS Data Retrieval Tool will have broad financial aid consequences for students, colleges, and families.
Learning Mindsets and Skills
Are Trump and DeVos Waging a War on Teachers?
How Medicaid Cuts Could Hurt Education and Lead to Middle-Class Tax Hikes
Isolated and Segregated
Segregated by Income
The Trump-DeVos Budget Would Dismantle Public Education, Hurting Vulnerable Kids, Working Families, and Teachers
The Trump administration’s 2018 budget would strip $9 billion in critical federal funding from our nation’s public education system.
The administration’s budget proposal takes us further away from the prospect of an America that is truly first among nations.
Many rural and small-town voters supported President Trump—but his agenda will harm families and the economy in their communities.
There's a large misalignment between what the public thinks and what the research says about student learning and effective teaching—and it has important implications for policy.
Many of the most prominent and influential education reform efforts would be hurt by proposed AmeriCorps cuts.
President Trump’s policies could set rights for people with disabilities back 50 years.
Although many students still don’t feel like they are being challenged in the classroom, there have been clear instructional improvements associated with standards-based reform.
A group of HBCU presidents failed to share their history of struggle with the president but endured grossly out-of-touch remarks from Education Secretary Betsy DeVos and an embarrassing photo op as Black History Month ends.
The Center for American Progress models three school identification system designs to help states measure and rate school performance.
This report presents a framework for school accountability systems that achieve college and career readiness for all students.
Small rural and suburban public school districts are a poor fit for President Trump’s proposed private-school voucher system.
Although African American students have made significant progress since the ruling in Brown v. Board of Education, access to high-quality public education is still a challenge for many.
CAP outlines five innovative school schedules that benefit teaching and learning.
There is a critical need to better understand the components of high-quality early childhood education programs to ensure policy solutions adequately support and promote access to quality for all families.