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Children of immigrants make up one-quarter of our future workforce, but are less likely to participate in early education programs.
The bipartisan budget agreement passed last week includes a historic funding increase for the largest federal child care assistance program.
The questions we ask when we examine data visualizations can be crucial to how we understand complicated issues.
Since 2001, the black homeownership rate has seen the most dramatic drop of any racial or ethnic group.
The administration’s budget for fiscal year 2019 proposes to permit work requirements and raise rents in federal public housing.
Policymakers have been pushing for universal preschool based in part on their understanding of public opinion.
Black History Month is an opportunity to confront racism and structural disadvantages faced by black people in the United States.
An administration proposal would allow employers to pool the tips their workers receive and distribute the money to others.
The workforce behind the launch of SpaceX's Falcon Heavy rocket is diverse in skills and education.
America's aging population is linked to a growing need among family caregivers for paid family leave.

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