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Brookings 10/14/2019 16:00
Education is hardly the only issue driving the 2020 presidential campaign, but policies affecting schools and students are emerging as some of the most discusses. From addressing the cost of college, to increasing access to quality education, to improving teacher recruitment and retention, to realigning education curricula with workforce needs, many of the top candidates’…
Brookings 10/14/2019 14:42
On Monday, September 23, 2019, Brookings in collaboration with the U.N. Foundation, co-hosted a public event at the Ford Foundation Center for Social Justice. The event showcased the best of American leadership and innovation meeting to discuss how U.S. cities, states, foundations, businesses, and universities are at the forefront of driving social progress to achieve…
Brookings 10/14/2019 10:38
Now is a pivotal moment for early childhood education (ECE) in India. India’s draft National Education Policy (NEP), made public in June 2019, dedicates its first chapter to the importance of early childhood care and education and the need to extend the right to education to children ages three to six. The policy does not,…
Brookings 10/14/2019 08:58
FPIC processes governing resource extraction on indigenous lands constitute a more rigorous standard than that of consultation. Under the standard of consultation, the federal government is legally required to consult tribes and ensure “regular and timely input by tribal officials” on matters that affect them; yet, it does not necessitate their agreement for extraction to…
Brookings 10/13/2019 09:33
انتقدت مجموعة ملفتة من الحزبَين الديمقراطي والجمهوري بشدّة الرئيس الأمريكي لإعلانه المفاجئ أنّه سيسحب القوّات الأمريكية من الحدود السورية مع تركيا، وذلك لإبعادها عن الخطر قبل أن يُطلق الجيش التركي عملية ضدّ المقاتلين الأكراد السوريين، أي أولئك الذين ساعدوا الولايات المتحدة على محاربة تنظيم الدولة الإسلامية.
Brookings 10/11/2019 16:14
Formal businesses in developing countries often complain about unfair competition from their peers in the informal sector. Their complaints are often well-founded: Growing formal companies must go through the hurdles of paying taxes and fees, waiting in line for permits, and even facing greater scrutiny from government agencies. Informal businesses, on the other hand, use minimal,…
Brookings 10/11/2019 15:59
Over the last decades, Bangladesh has seen annual GDP growth rates rise due to the arrival of the garment industry. Girls and women from all over the country flooded Dhaka in search of work, and in turn, revolutionized women’s roles as economic players. Years later, the industry is threatened by automation and globalization. While around…
Brookings 10/11/2019 14:39
Hispanic students comprise the largest minority demographic in the nation’s schools, accounting for 26% of students as of 2016. Indeed, the shift in school demographics to a majority-nonwhite student body is largely driven by the growth in the Hispanic population. Even though Hispanics constitute a major share of the American student population, they continue to…
Brookings 10/11/2019 13:50
As week two of the impeachment saga unfolded, the White House refused to answer any congressional inquiries, the president precipitated a war in northern Syria, polls showed very small and maybe inconsequential public movement in favor of impeachment, and a court ruled that Donald Trump had to hand over his personal and business tax returns....
Brookings 10/11/2019 10:06
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) plays an increasingly central role in regulating existing and emerging technologies—including privacy and security, competition, and combating unfair and deceptive consumer practices. As the debate over federal privacy legislation heats up on Capitol Hill, the FTC’s scope of authority and enforcement capability are emerging as key issues. On October 28,…
Brookings 10/11/2019 09:00
Over the past decade, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) has dramatically increased the share of Americans with health insurance coverage, but 30 million people remain uninsured. As shown in Exhibit 1, millions of people are uninsured because the patchwork of current policy leaves them ineligible for coverage assistance. At the same time, fully half of the…
Brookings 10/10/2019 14:42
Presidential elections are a great time to take stock of what issues matter to voters, and, based on early indicators, solving the country’s digital divide is certainly one of them. Senator Elizabeth Warren and Mayor Pete Buttigieg have each introduced sweeping plans to address broadband inequities, including gaps in physical networks and lack of digital…

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