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The looming student loan defau...

Feb 13, 2019 by

Executive summary Author Judith Scott-Clayton Associate Professor of Economics and Education – Teachers College, Columbia...

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The Department of Education’s ...

Jan 28, 2019 by

R. Shep Melnick – In November of last year, the U.S. Department of Education released its long-awaited proposed regulations on...

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A review of global education i...

Jan 7, 2019 by

Rebecca Winthrop – While 2018 may have been a tumultuous year for children both in the United States and abroad, it also saw...

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The impact of artificial intel...

Dec 17, 2018 by

Joshua P. Meltzer – Artificial intelligence (AI) stands to have a transformative impact on international trade. Already,...

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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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