Investing in Broadband to End Digital Redlining

During his State of the Union, President Biden reasserted his plans to expand high speed internet to everyone,…

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Unequal Opportunity: Racial Disparities in K-12 Education

Almost seven decades since the pivotal Supreme Court ruling Brown vs. Board of Education (1954), the state of America’s…

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HBCU Districts: Gerrymandering and Efforts to Strip Black Political Power

Every decade the United States conducts a federal census to count and collect important data on its population. Once…

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Public Service Loan Forgiveness and the Care Economy: Expanding Eligibility for Gender and Racial Equity

The U.S. Department of Education (ED) and representatives from key constituencies are currently engaged in negotiated…

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Reforming Income-Driven Repayment to Serve Struggling Borrowers

The U.S. Department of Education (ED) must create a substantively different, better, and more generous income-driven…

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