Comprehensive federal policies can help states ensure that members of the early childhood workforce have adequate compensation, benefits, and support for their professional growth.
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
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The education secretary nominee’s singular focus on school choice through a voucher system puts the civil rights of students with disabilities at risk.
The start of the 115th Congress presents an important opportunity to strengthen communities, expand employment, raise wages, and build the infrastructure that will power the U.S. economy in the 21st-century.
Collaboration in special education between charter schools and traditional public school districts offers the potential to benefit students with disabilities.
A CAP chart illustrates the differences between strong policies for public charter schools and the plan from President Donald Trump and his secretary of education nominee, Betsy DeVos.
During her confirmation hearing, Betsy DeVos expressed confusion and avoided questions. Here’s what her record shows.
Americans should take a closer look at the investments held by the secretary of education nominee and the troubling picture they paint.
It is wrong to defend radical proposals for gutting K-12 federal funding by pointing to totally different higher education investments.
Republican plans endanger critical education funding for families across the country. These fact sheets provide a look at the devastation it could cause at the state level.
Teachers need better support and training as they enter the profession so that they are ready to serve their students; here’s how to ensure they get it.
Betsy Devos' family has a history of supporting extremist, right-wing views.
New numbers comparing students’ debt levels to their earnings show that many educational options provide insufficient value.
Think Washington is corrupt? It’s about to get a lot worse under President-elect Donald Trump.
Findings from the first nationally representative survey of school districts’ human capital practices indicate that most districts have not yet adapted their human capital systems to the modern market, despite the increasing importance of attracting talented teachers.
Schools start too early in the morning, preventing students from getting enough sleep at night and performing to the best of their ability.