Inside Higher Ed
National Institute for Early Education Research
“Title IX is a necessary tool for protecting students’ rights at a time when one in five women experience sexual assault during college.”
During her opening remarks while chairing a Subcommittee on Civil Rights & Human Services hearing last week.
“Even the smallest act of service, the simplest act of kindness, is a way to honor those we lost, a way to reclaim that spirit of unity that followed 9/11.”
Even the smallest act of service, the simplest act of kindness, is a way to…
“My teacher friends are scared. They’re scared they’re going to have to stand in front of kids and make promises they cannot keep.”
During a "Women for Biden" event.
The New York Times Higher Ed Coronavirus Case Tracker
“We’re all concerned about making sure COVID-19 doesn’t further exacerbate the disparities, the disparities that already have existed in our educational system for so many poor children and in so many communities of color. It’s unacceptable and it can’t go on like this.”
During his remarks on Sept. 2 about reopening schools safely.
The National Center for Education Statistics at IES, 2015-16 data.
“In a second term, I will expand charter schools and provide school choice to every family in America. And we will always treat our teachers with the tremendous respect that they deserve.”
During his speech accepting the Republican nomination for President of the United States.
The Chronicle of Higher Education/ Davidson College's "College Crisis Initiative" tracking of 3,000 institutions' reopening plans.
“He has made substantial investments in our historically black colleges and universities. This president also continues to fight for school choice, giving parents more options to help their children flourish.”
During her speech at the Republican National Convention.
The Harris Poll survey of 1,399 U.S. adults, Aug. 14-16, 2020
“If I’m president on day one we’ll implement the national strategy I’ve been laying out since March….we’ll make sure our schools have the resources they need to be open, safe, and effective.”
In his speech accepting the Democratic nomination for President of the United States.
“Too many have lost their health care; too many are struggling to take care of basic necessities like food and rent; too many communities have been left in the lurch to grapple with whether and how to open our schools safely.”
During her keynote on the first night of the 2020 Democratic National Convention.
Politico/Morning Consult poll of 2,000 registered voters.
“You know what creates more safety? Funding public schools, affordable housing, increased homeownership, job skill development, jobs, access to capital for those who want to start small businesses, or who are running small businesses in communities.”
You know what creates more safety? Funding public schools, affordable housing, increased homeownership, job skill…
The Brookings Institution's Brown Center on Education
Axios analysis of a KFF Health Tracking Poll of 308 U.S. parents whose child normally attends school, 7/14-7/19/2020.
In an August 2018 commentary in the New York Times entitled “School Choice Is the Enemy…
“The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated our nation’s child hunger crisis, created record high unemployment, and caused prolonged economic hardship—leaving many families struggling to cover basic essentials.”
On the importance of the Pandemic Child Hunger Prevention Act.
The 74's analysis of a YouthTruth Survey
As season three of the FutureU podcast comes to a close, Micheal Horn…
“Schools and areas with high rates of COVID-19 spread may need to consider delaying a return to full-time, in-person instruction. These schools will need the same or greater federal investments, not less.”
During the House Education & Labor Committee's 7/23 hearing on reopening schools.
FutureEd Analysis of School Reopening Guidance for 50 States and D.C.
As a student in Nashville, TN.
Washington D.C. Public School Engagement Survey Review