Is Common Core Becoming Less Common?
Research & Commentary: Michigan Common Core
The Michigan legislature is considering in its 2014 budget a measure that would prohibit the state department of education from using public funds to implement Common Core, national education stand
Research & Commentary: Common Core Science Standards
A consortium of consultants and science educators has released its final draft of what it plans will become national education standards for K-12 science.
Research & Commentary: President Obama’s Universal Pre-K Proposal
Included in President Barack Obama’s 2014 budget is a proposal to expand federally funded pre-K, to be paid for by raising the federal cigarette tax from $1.01 per pack to $1.95.
Making Texas Public Education More Efficient: Taxpayer Savings Grant Program
This Policy Brief summarizes past research and presents new analysis showing how a proposal called the Taxpayer Savings Grant Program (TSGP) would enable the state of Texas to comply with
Tip Sheet: Maryland's Taxpayers' Savings Act
Research & Commentary: Maine Parent Trigger
Maine legislators are considering an education reform that has garnered significant national attention: the Parent Trigger.
Research & Commentary: South Carolina Parent Trigger
South Carolina legislators are considering an education reform that has garnered significant national attention: the Parent Trigger.
Research & Commentary: Reducing School Violence
A wave of political rhetoric and action immediately followed the Newtown, Connecticut school shooting that ended 27 lives, in which a mentally ill young man used his mother’s legally acquired guns
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States To Tackle Income Taxes
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