A new CAP report shows that standards-based reform helps low-income students.
Workin’ 9 to 5
Rebuilding the High School to Middle Class Pipeline
A Quality Alternative: A New Vision for Higher Education Accreditation
The United States Can’t Wait for More Professors of Color
Closed Doors: Black and Latino Students Are Excluded from Top Public Universities
States and districts across the country are making an effort to align policy and practice from pre-kindergarten to third grade, with the hope of closing achievement gaps and ensuring success for all children.
As the 18-month grace period for formal monitoring of Early Head Start-Child Care Partnerships comes to an end, it is important to consider next steps that will allow them to continue to effectively collaborate and coordinate programs.
As the need for program alignment between preschool and kindergarten becomes more of a priority, federal, state, and local policymakers can look to Head Start’s current transition partnerships as a guide.
The Race to the Top program largely benefited educators, increased state capacity, redefined the role of state educational agencies, and generated unprecedented collaboration across states and districts.
After more than six decades and repeated attempts at reform, accreditors are still struggling to fulfill their gatekeeping role and protect our nation's students.
Recent high-profile incidents of racism on U.S. college campuses highlight long-term realities for students of color and help reframe the purpose of higher education in the face of demographic shifts.
Ben Miller, Senior Director for Postsecondary Education, testified before a joint hearing of the Subcommittee on Government Operations and the Subcommittee on Higher Education and Workforce Training in the U.S. House of Representatives.
As Congress reauthorizes the ESEA, federal lawmakers must make sure that the needs of all students are met.
A new CAP report outlines a vision for how to elevate and modernize the teaching profession so that every student is taught by great teachers.