Higher education has the potential to remedy social inequality

Opinion by Michael Crow 3/11/2015 There is a well-established link between one’s level of educational attainment and social advancement. Unfortunately, the recent drift of the national discussion on higher education, aided by a recent New York Times column by Paul Krugman, questions that correlation. As the president of a large public research university and a […]

DACA y DAPA: la luz que alumbra

Por Maribel Hastings Asesora ejecutiva de America’s Voice 2/17/2015 La decisión del juez federal Andrew Hanen de bloquear temporalmente las acciones ejecutivas constituye un tropiezo, pero no el final del camino. Como si no fuera suficiente que las acciones ejecutivas migratorias estuvieran bajo ataque en el Congreso y en tribunales, tanto el gobierno como grupos […]

Official Poverty Measure Fails to Provide an Accurate Assessment of Anti-Poverty Programs

Annie E. Casey Foundation 2/25/2015  A report released today by the Annie E. Casey Foundation shows that the federal government’s official poverty measure created in the 1960s uses outdated information on how U.S. families are faring today, failing to illustrate the effect of programs designed to help them. The new KIDS COUNT® Data Snapshot, Measuring […]

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