Ocean-dependent businesses look to ocean planning to make the most of marine resources, explains the author.
Immigration enforcement harms families and children, writes the author.
The new Medicare goal for payment reform is a significant milestone toward improving patient care and making health care spending more sustainable, write the authors.
Sam Fulwood III ponders the far-reaching policy implications of demographic change in the United States.
Conservatives continue to advance specious arguments that are harmful to federal funding for public transportation, writes author Kevin DeGood.
The authors explain the Earned Income Tax Credit and how proposed modifications to improve its effectiveness can benefit the LGBT community.
Attempting to deport all 5 million people who would benefit from the president’s directives on immigration would be costly, writes the author.
Teacher compensation reform improves school districts’ ability to attract, retain, and leverage a high-performing teachers, write the authors.
Conservative efforts to whitewash the history taught in our schools harms students, writes the author.
The Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting program provides critical support to high-risk children and families across the country, write the authors.
The Pentagon’s fiscal year 2016 budget request makes important reforms but ignores fiscal and political realities, write the authors.
The amount of negativity we observe and consume on a daily basis threatens to undermine the quality of civic life, writes the author.
January’s strong employment release report had only positive news, but we should wait and see how the Fed responds, writes the author.
Policymakers can raise revenue to invest in coal communities by ensuring that coal companies mining from federal lands pay their fair share, write the authors.
A new proposal to update the No Child Left Behind Act could substantially affect the students most at need.