Without visibility, the unique struggles of women of color are absorbed by the larger groups to which they belong.
Recent Urban Institute analysis shows that 1 in 5 black students attend schools that don’t offer calculus.
Research on private school choice has focused on short-term outcomes like test scores and parent satisfaction.
Beyond serving more children, higher spending on child care assistance could enhance quality of care
Federal funding for child care assistance is set to increase by $5.8 billion, but how will state agencies spend new funds?
The administration’s budget proposal includes a $213 billion cut to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program.
A recent Urban Institute analysis found that SNAP removed 8.4 million people from poverty in 2015.
Some proposed policies could improve low-income fathers’ ability to pay child support, while others would likely make it worse.