Stephen Steigleder explores the president’s new initiative to boost our nation’s community colleges so they can train a new generation of middle-class workers.
Issue Brief While President Obama's plan to make college more affordable will help many families, more can still be done to ensure every American's educational future, writes Julie Margetta Morgan.
Julie Ajinkya and Sophia Kerby demonstrate how a proposal to lower the time limit in the Pell Grant program disproportionately affects the most vulnerable students.
Report Julie Morgan explains how looking at issues in legal education can help us better understand the problems that face all colleges.
Report Julie Margetta Morgan and Tsuki Hoshijima look at the role students play in higher education policy, and ways to make students’ voices a more powerful part of the higher education policy conversation.
As the Department of Education develops a model letter on college student aid, Julie Margetta Morgan recommends the letter be compulsory to enable students to compare costs across schools.
Report Crosby Burns discusses the federal financial aid process for LGBT applicants and families headed by same-sex couples.
Julie Margetta Morgan argues that policymakers should be working with the Education Department to adopt sensible rules that address gaps in our higher education system—not retracting the rules altogether.
Julie Margetta Morgan takes economist Richard Thaler’s idea that companies should disclose confidential information they gather on their on consumers and applies it to higher education.
Report Julie Margetta Morgan outlines how the federal government can be more effective at helping students make choices about college.
The gainful employment rule protects student and taxpayer investment in higher education.
Students need the right tools to make better decisions about their college options, writes Julie Margetta Morgan.
A proposed rule that would ensure students graduating from career education programs could repay their debts doesn’t preclude other important regulations, writes Julie Margetta Morgan.