Postsecondary & Workforce

States Address Period Poverty With Free Menstrual Products in Schools

An article by Medical News Today defines period poverty as a lack of access to menstrual products, education, hygiene facilities, waste...

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3 Reasons to Join Us at the 2022 National Forum on Education Policy

After two years of convening virtually, we’re returning in person for our 2022 National Forum on Education Policy July 13–15, and...

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Developing Workforce Education for a Dynamic Economy

In all my years as an elected official, I don’t believe there’s ever been a more crucial time to focus on education policy than right...

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Recent Federal Funding Calls Attention to Community College Supports

In January 2022, the Biden Administration announced nearly $200 million from the American Rescue Plan to fund basic needs supports for...

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4 Education Policy Tools to Use in 2022

A new legislative session brings policymakers another opportunity to examine their state’s education policy landscape. How can education...

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The Infrastructure and Jobs Act: What’s in It for Postsecondary Education?

On Nov. 15, President Joe Biden signed the Infrastructure and Jobs Act into law, which will bring $1.2 trillion over 10 years to...

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Top 2021 Education Legislative Trends

As we approach the end of a wild 2021, we’d like to take a moment to look back on the legislative education policy trends we saw this...

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Administrative Holds: Aiding or Preventing Student Persistence?

Thanks to the critical and thoughtful analysis and reporting of organizations like Ithaka S+R and The Hechinger Report, higher education...

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2021 Elections Results Set the Stage for 2022

In this off-cycle year, few changes in education leadership were expected ahead of the Nov. 2 vote. However, results in the handful of...

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New Hampshire Takes First Steps Toward FAFSA Completion Requirement

On Aug. 17, 2021, New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu signed Senate Bill 147 into law, requiring each high school student in the state to...

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