Seventy percent of new teachers stay in their positions for longer than five years, write the authors.
Failing to distinguish short term from long term often confuses the federal budget debate, writes author Harry Stein.
Changing electoral demographics will have noticeable effects on the 2016 elections, writes author Patrick Oakford.
The coal, oil, and gas industries spent more than three-quarters of a billion dollars in the 2014 election cycle, write the authors.
CAP economist Christian E. Weller examines the state of the U.S. economy in December 2014.
The coal, oil, and gas industries spent more than three-quarters of a billion dollars in the 2014 election cycle. The question is: What will be the return on that investment?
To fully realize the potential of Metro’s Silver Line, policymakers must break with past development practices, writes the author.
Only public policy can ensure that all women have the chance to participate fully and thrive, writes author Judith Warner.
The Social Security program should be strengthened to support working women, explain the authors.
There are lessons to learn from other countries where public policy has been used to help women succeed, write the authors.
Authors Peter Juul and Rudy deLeon write on the significance of the Orion launch.
State leaders can adopt the Promise Zones model to support innovative localities, explain the authors.
Many children currently lack access to high-quality preschool, write the authors.
Reforms are needed to fix an outdated federal coal program, explains the author.
Undocumented students must navigate a labyrinth of policies from federal, state, and postsecondary institutions to earn a college degree, explains Zenen Jaimes Pérez.