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Parents are borrowing more and...

Nov 28, 2018 by

Adam Looney, Vivien Lee – Federal policies aimed at preventing poor student borrowing outcomes tend to focus primarily on...

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The importance of educating gi...

Nov 16, 2018 by

Sumbal Naveed – For the first time in the history of Pakistan, the Newly Merged Districts (NMDs) of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP)...

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Does more policing make middle...

Nov 12, 2018 by

Kenneth Alonzo Anderson – School resource officers (SROs), law enforcement personnel that are responsible for safety and crime...

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The role of AI in education an...

Oct 31, 2018 by

Elizabeth Mann Levesque – The growth of artificial intelligence (AI) and emerging technologies (ET) is poised to reshape the...

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Forget Stanford, Tsinghua beck...

Oct 6, 2018 by

Cheng Li and Charlotte Yang – In a recent Chinese national television program, a group of Kenyan students gamely grapple with...

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21st century immigration favor...

Sep 25, 2018 by

William H. Frey – Many politicians—including President Donald Trump—suggest that the nation is being overwhelmed by less...

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The promise of free college (a...

Sep 20, 2018 by

Douglas Harris – The price of college is rising, making college feel out of reach for a rising share of Americans. Families can...

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Hidden entrepreneurs: What cro...

Sep 19, 2018 by

Sifan Liu and Joseph Parilla – Entrepreneurship—and the creative ingenuity often associated with it—is critical to regional...

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It happens here, too: Lessons ...

Sep 18, 2018 by

Dick Startz – While school was out this summer, the National Academy of Sciences published the over 300-page report, “Sexual...

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A promising alternative to sub...

Aug 17, 2018 by

Matthew M. Chingos – A central component of federal education law for more than 15 years is that states must report student...

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Accountability for early educa...

Aug 13, 2018 by

Susanna Loeb – Early childhood education in the United States is tangle of options—varying in quality, price, structure, and a...

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Clusters of black STEM graduat...

Aug 7, 2018 by

Andre M. Perry – When demographers and pundits talk about the United States transitioning in the future to a minority-white...

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Tax credits can help high-pove...

Aug 2, 2018 by

Dick Startz and Kate Walsh – Today, the federal government provides about 9 percent of the funding for K-12 public schools. The...

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Europe is aging—it’s high time...

Jul 27, 2018 by

Christian Bodewig – The old world is getting older. The populations of European Union (EU) countries are aging and shrinking....

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Gender assumptions that challe...

Jul 26, 2018 by

Hawah Nabbuye – Uganda has made significant progress in promoting girls’ education in recent years. Policies improving access...

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Evidence on New York City and ...

Jul 20, 2018 by

Susan M. Dynarski – New York City is wrestling with what to do with its exam schools. Students at Stuyvesant, Bronx Science,...

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The 2018 Brown Center Report o...

Jul 10, 2018 by

This year’s Brown Center Report (BCR) on American Education is the 17th issue overall since its beginning in 2000. The 2018 edition...

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One charter school network’s p...

Jul 2, 2018 by

Brian Gill – As the latest Brown Center Report on American Education usefully reminds us, the original purpose of public...

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A portrait of civics education...

Jun 28, 2018 by

Louis Serino – American schools found themselves immersed in politics this year. A wave of anti-gun violence demonstrations...

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What about the boys? Educating...

Jun 20, 2018 by

Nora Fyles – When I first began hearing the comment “what about the boys” in discussions about girls’ education I dismissed it...

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