Public schools have not adapted to address students’ mental, social, and emotional barriers to learning, and children of color are disproportionately affected.
Proposed Cuts to Medicaid Could Mean Big Cuts to School-Based Health Services
The Trump-DeVos Budget Would Dismantle Public Education, Hurting Vulnerable Kids, Working Families, and Teachers
What Do People Know About Excellent Teaching and Learning?
Proposed Cuts to AmeriCorps Would Be Devastating for Education Reform
A New Vision for School Accountability
There is little research on why teacher preparation enrollment has been declining nationwide since the 2009-10 academic year, but this report finds that certain state policies were associated with a less precipitous decline.
CAP and ERS outline sustainable turnaround practices for state policymakers and recommend the appropriate roles for the federal government, states, districts, and schools to play in supporting successful turnaround efforts.
This fact sheet provides a guide for state policymakers to improve their most struggling schools.
A complete look at the gender wage gap and how it changes over time among students who enrolled at public and private nonprofit four-year colleges across the country.
To achieve economic security, middle-class Americans need policies that promote good jobs; a growing, inclusive economy; and affordable child care, higher education, health care, housing, and retirement.
Declining middle-class economic security is a policy choice. Here is a policy agenda for rebuilding it.
Multiyear authorization could easily fix a common problem that makes it hard for student borrowers to keep their income-based payment plans.
This report outlines eight key ways that states can help school districts make decisions based on evidence and improve their lowest-performing schools.
The early childhood workforce as a whole is grossly underpaid. New CAP analyses suggest that female African American teachers who work full time earn even less than their white counterparts.
Under the new Common Core State Standards in English Language Arts, students are learning to dissect, analyze, and comprehend the type of complex reading they will encounter in college and the workplace.
Because high-quality child care and preschool prepare children for school and enable parents to work, they are necessities for children, families, and the economy, and state and federal policymakers must work to improve the U.S. early learning landscape.
The federal government already collects information about college students that could be used to improve the U.S. higher education system, but siloed systems and legal barriers stand in the way.
Inconsistency in the sanctioning of poor-performing colleges across accrediting agencies undermines the college oversight system.
The largest national accreditation agency is a deeply troubled organization that should no longer serve as a gatekeeper to federal financial aid.