Free Trade Works For Millennials
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Free Trade Works For Millennials

Photo courtesy of House Ways and Means Committee. By Rahee Jung and Finn D. Reynolds Executive Summary: Recent polls reveal that millennials support U.S. engagement in free trade agreements more than all other age demographics. Policymakers should take note of this trend, and further engage the United States in free trade agreements to grow the economy … Continue reading

Education / Politics / Taxes

Tax Cuts and Jobs Act May Help Families Address Education Costs

The Trump administration embraced a decidedly pro-school choice stance with the selection of Devos for Secretary of Education, but Donald Trump originally voiced his personal support for the issue in the 2016 election season. He claimed that were he to become president, states would have the chance to put up to $20 billion in federal … Continue reading

WIOA Under President Trump
Economy / Education / Labor Force

WIOA Under President Trump

Introduction The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) supports individuals from sectors across society who are looking for employment, training, or other workforce assistance. WIOA is a federal program implemented by states and it has only been active since July 1, 2016. The program is supported by a bipartisan majority and has been praised by … Continue reading

The Price of Free Education
Education / Politics

The Price of Free Education

Anyone who has ever taken an economics class recalls the first basic principle; nothing is free. Everything has a cost. Whether it’s time or money, there is a ticket to everything. Recently, politicians like Bernie Sanders have been campaigning on the promise of free college education to promote opportunity for all. This call has students scrambling in … Continue reading

What is the impact of growing classroom sizes in America’s public schools?
America / Education

What is the impact of growing classroom sizes in America’s public schools?

Education policy helps construct the backbone of the American dream, while classrooms frame the outlook that affects future generations of Americans. Currently, “Among the 34 OECD countries, the United States performed below average in mathematics in 2012 and is ranked 27th out of 34…Performance in reading and science are both close to the OECD average.” … Continue reading