Policymakers need to address serious shortcomings identified in a new study
An argument for restraining overreach in the Office for Civil Rights of the Department of Education
Two DLL reports on the same day!
Depression is a serious and prevalent public health condition in the United States, particularly among disadvantaged populations. As many as 15 million children live in households with parents who have major or severe depression. Findings from a study conducted by the Urban Institute indicated that among families in poverty, one in nine infants lives with a mother experiencing severe depression and… Read more »
Former civil rights chief of the Education Department on why the agency is indispensable
Veterans using GI Bill benefits achieve success rates slightly higher than the average.
One of the most-discussed higher education policy proposals from President Donald Trump has been a proposal to tax the endowments of wealthy colleges that are seen as not using enough money on financial aid. Key Trump supporter Rep. Tom Reed (R-NY) has introduced legislation requiring colleges with endowments over $1 billion to spend at least 25% of all investment… Read more »
Immersive virtual reality in the classroom is spreading fast, as teachers take students into other worlds.
It’s a major problem that’s still mostly invisible to the public.
Losing international students would cost U.S. universities billions in revenue.