Policing Postsecondary Campuses

This is the seventh in a series of blog posts that explore state efforts to improve school safety through legislation, initiatives, task...

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What Education Ballot Measures Are Voters Considering in the 2019 Elections?

This is one of two posts on the 2019 elections; the other post is here. In addition to choosing education leaders in several states, voters...

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What to Expect in the 2019 Elections

This is one of two posts on the 2019 elections; the other post is here. Although 2019 is an odd year in the election cycle, it holds...

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Workforce Development Boards: Going Above and Beyond the Call of Duty

This is the second installment of a three-part blog series on workforce development. Per federal legislation, each state must create a...

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Workforce Development: Who Has a Seat at the Table?

This is the first installment of a three-part blog series on workforce development. (See the second installment here.) Per federal...

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What’s Involved in Scoring an AP Exam?

This guest post comes from Jason Rohloff, vice president of government relations at The College Board. Views expressed in guest posts are...

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‘In God We Trust’: Public School Displays of the National Motto

When students returned to school this fall, some may have noticed new “In God We Trust” displays in their public school buildings....

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State Policy Levers to Increase School Meal Program Participation

For over half of a century, the U.S. Department of Agriculture has offered free and reduced-price meals to children from low-income...

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Connecting Education to the Workforce

Researchers project that 85% of the jobs that will comprise the workforce in 2030 don’t currently exist today. Developing a workforce...

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Where Do Apprenticeships and Higher Ed Meet?

Word on the street is apprenticeships create a direct pathway to in-demand jobs by providing an on-ramp for individuals to enter the...

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