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Brookings 06/01/2020 07:00
Of the many things that are uncertain about how American higher education will look in fall 2020, one thing is not: Online learning is here to stay. That doesn’t mean that there will be no in-person instruction Whether or not they are offering some in-person instruction, colleges will need to enable students to participate remotely.…
Brookings 05/30/2020 17:36
In policing, people always talk about “bad apples.” Well, bad apples come from rotten trees—law enforcement agencies imbued with structural racism. Structural changes are desperately needed in law enforcement. I think they start with restructuring civilian payouts for police misconduct. Black people are 3.5 times more likely than white people to be killed by police…
Brookings 05/29/2020 10:31
In Charts of the Week this week, analysis of new Census data, insight about partisan divides on social distancing, and whether increased remote work will shift big-tech jobs to the American Heartland. Uneven growth in America's cities William Frey observes that “the nation’s largest cities experienced uneven growth trajectories over the last decades.” All size…
Brookings 05/29/2020 05:00
In this episode, Governance Studies Senior Fellow John Hudak interviews Representative Judy Chu (D-Calif.), who represents California's 27th Congressional District, about immigrants and immigration in the context of the coronavirus pandemic. Rep. Chu talks about legislation intended to help immigrants—especially frontline workers—get the assistance they need, and addresses whether she thinks immigration reform is possible…
Brookings 05/28/2020 20:34
بعد أكثر من ربع قرن، قضت اتفاقيات أوسلو نحبها الأسبوع الماضي. أطلق محمود عبّاس، رئيس منظّمة التحرير الفلسطينية والسلطة الفلسطينية، من مجمّعه الرئاسي في رام الله، خطاباً قال فيه إنّ الفلسطينيين باتوا "في حِلّ من جميع الاتفاقات والتفاهمات مع الحكومتين الأمريكية والإسرائيلية"، بما في ذلك الاتفاقات والتفاهمات الأمنية. وأتى هذا التصريح الصاعق بعد أيّام قليلة…
Brookings 05/28/2020 16:34
For nearly six months, journalists, pundits, and researchers have explored the ongoing and expected impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic through several core lenses: public health, mortality, economic prospects, and, most recently, food security. These domains—which collectively constitute the first three Sustainable Development Goals—are the primary means by which the “temperature” of humanity can be quickly…
Brookings 05/28/2020 13:01
Dear Chairman Cicilline and Ranking Member Sensenbrenner: Thanks to you both and to the other members of the Subcommittee on Antitrust, Commercial and Administrative Law for the opportunity to submit comments concerning whether our existing antitrust laws, enforcement policies, judicial interpretation and funding are up to the challenges posed by competition in the digital marketplace...
Brookings 05/28/2020 13:00
Executive Summary Tens of millions of Americans are expected to lose their job-based health insurance amid the COVID-19 pandemic and the associated increase in unemployment. Most people in this group are eligible for coverage through Medicaid or through subsidized coverage in the individual market, but historically take-up of new coverage among those exiting employer-based insurance…
Brookings 05/28/2020 12:08
Earlier this month the Supreme Court heard three cases dealing with subpoenas seeking information about President Trump’s businesses and financial activities, including records of his tax returns. The subpoenas were served not on President Trump, but on two banks and an accounting firm that were custodians of the subpoenaed records. The Supreme Court agreed to…
Brookings 05/28/2020 09:24
There has been an outpouring of support from political leaders, celebrities and the public for many of the workers at the frontline of the COVID-19 pandemic. Scenes of community-led applause and pot-banging for healthcare personnel, especially, have been heartfelt and heartwarming. In New York, firefighters lined up outside hospitals to show their appreciation. The most…
Brookings 05/27/2020 16:10
Prisons, jails, and their surrounding communities have become national hotspots for COVID-19 spread. There is an immediate need to address this crisis and prevent further outbreaks by limiting the number of people in pre-trial detention and releasing non-violent offenders and others who pose a low risk to society. Though some states and jurisdictions have begun…
Brookings 05/27/2020 14:24
Virtually all K-12 students in the United States are currently missing face-to-face instruction due to COVID-19. Many parents and educators thus share a common worry: When the pandemic subsides, kids will return to school with lower achievement. There are also concerns that the gap between high- and low-achieving students will become larger. Given the need…

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