This report analyzes the misalignment between school and work schedules and the challenges it creates for families.
The Center for American Progress understands that to be competitive in the global economy America must make investment in education a national priority.
Ary Spatig-Amerikaner builds upon the well-documented correlation between people of color and people living in poverty to assess the ongoing impact of the comparability loophole on students of color.
Donna Cooper, Adam Hersh, and Ann O'Leary explain why U.S. economic competitiveness depends on the education of the next generation.
Ulrich Boser and Lindsay Rosenthal explain why we need to find new and better ways to provide students with the knowledge and skills that they need to succeed.