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School reopening and parents’ perspectives

Brief # 51 Education Education Brief – School reopening and parents’ perspectives Emily Carty December 14, 2020 As of December 12, eleven states plus D.C. and Puerto Rico have ordered schools to partially or fully close. Four state governments (Arkansas, Iowa,...

Student Loan Debt and the Higher Education Act of 1965

Summary The student loan debt crisis has many people across the nation rethinking the university and job training systems. According to Forbes, 45 million borrowers nearly have a collective $1.6 trillion in student loan debt, falling just behind the collective debt of...

Education in the time Covid — Part 4: Higher Education

The spread of Covid through our universities has several implications in addition to the life-threatening effects of the virus itself. College campuses are experimenting with various methods of teaching, housing, and addressing Covid in their student and staff...

Education in the time of Covid — Part 3 (Food and Nutrition)

America’s schools are first and foremost centers of education, but for millions of students and families they are much more. Schools are sources of nutritional foods, healthcare services, and many also act as a resource hub for various community support services. As...
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