Although experts support improvements to Peru’s University Reform, the recent efforts to revert to a state of autoregulation could prove disastrous to the education system’s quality and detrimental for students.
Bundling from non-lobbyists is incredibly lucrative for political campaigns. Not only are bundles unrestricted from donation disclosures, but they allow “front” organizations to disguise individual, business, and interest groups’ campaign contributions.
The Expanded Child Tax Credit deserves to live well beyond the COVID crisis and serve as the foundation for our future efforts to combat childhood poverty, equipping our next generation with the tools to navigate a century of obstacles and opportunity.
The expanded development and deployment of high-quality reusable masks and biodegradable disposables can further public health goals while protecting the environment from pandemic-induced pollution.
Policymakers should pay special attention to policies that can work synergistically to tackle many sustainability issues at once, including water sustainability, ecosystem protection, and climate change mitigation.
The recent Facebook outage and allegations of wrongdoing have put Big Tech back on the political agenda. However, clear ideological differences between parties show that regulation is still a long way off.
The balanced budget amendment would enact a permanent austerity policy on the U.S. and represent an overwhelming conservative victory in the fight to shape the nation’s economic system.
Climate refugees remain virtually invisible in the international community, with no recognition or legal definition for those displaced by natural causes. These refugees will continue to suffer without formal recognition under international law.
As climate migration begins, the housing market has started to feel its repercussions, leading to the displacement of many residents within Gulf Coast cities. This shifting demand has been fueled mainly by one hot commodity: elevation.
By Michelle Kumar — Elected officials must push for more infrastructure funding to ensure rural communities have equitable opportunities for growth that only the proper infrastructure can provide.
With threats of future mass unemployment intensifying, 70% of jobs now require some postsecondary education. The U.S. needs to increase its number of skilled workers to insulate the country from an unemployment catastrophe.
A transformation of policing to center public health and safety will deliver more equitable criminal justice outcomes, and more importantly, save lives.