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Jul
22
2014

Colleges Must Help Further The Goals Of Common Core Standards, Report Says | Chronicle Of Higher Education <a href="http://newamerica.net/user/528" title="View user profile.">Lindsey Tepe</a>

July 22, 2014

The report's author, Lindsey Tepe, a program associate in the New America Foundation's Education Policy Program, welcomed their involvement but said colleges needed to play a more active role in working with schools to define the standards.

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Jun
18
2014

The Top-Ranked Teacher Education Program Doesn't Have Classes | Vox <a href="http://newamerica.net/user/477" title="View user profile.">Amy Laitinen</a>

June 18, 2014

"You just allow students to move through it at their own pace, and check off the stuff they already know," says Amy Laitinen, deputy director of the education policy program at the New America Foundation, who has written extensively on competency-based ...

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Jun
17
2014

Critics Point To Drawbacks In Starbucks Tuition Program | The New York Times <a href="http://newamerica.net/user/476" title="View user profile.">Rachel Fishman</a>

June 16, 2014

“Given the upfront cost, it pushes a lot of risk onto the student,” Rachel Fishman, an education policy analyst at the New America Foundation, wrote in a blog post dissecting the program. One class is usually worth three credits, and Arizona State ...

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Jun
12
2014

Obama Proposed Big Reforms To Rein In Loan Costs In 2015 Budget | The Washington Examiner <a href="http://newamerica.net/user/227" title="View user profile.">Jason Delisle</a>

June 12, 2014

“We've got some indication from the White House that they are interested in making these changes,” said Jason Delisle, director of the Federal Education Budget Project for the New America Foundation, a nonpartisan think tank. The foundation worked ...

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Jun
12
2014

The Surprising Winners of Obama's Student-Loan Program | The Washington Examiner <a href="http://newamerica.net/user/227" title="View user profile.">Jason Delisle</a>

June 12, 2014

“You can roll it all into one balance and it has a really powerful effect,” said Jason Delisle, director of the Federal Education Budget Project for the New America Foundation, a nonpartisan think tank. “The chances that you will fully repay your grad ...

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Jun
10
2014

What Obama's Plan To Lighten Loan Burdens Means For Mbas | Businessweek <a href="http://newamerica.net/user/227" title="View user profile.">Jason Delisle</a>

June 10, 2014

That's the same monthly burden as someone who owes $80,000 but earns the same amount, calculates Jason Delisle, director of the Federal Education Budget Project at the New America Foundation, a non-partisan public policy institute. And since both ...

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Apr
21
2014

The Problem With Student Loan Forgiveness | The National Journal <a href="http://newamerica.net/user/426" title="View user profile.">Alex Holt</a>

April 21, 2014

Under Pay as You Earn, lawyers with over a hundred thousand dollars of debt can be earning $70,000 a year, qualify for income-driven repayment, and end up having the majority of their loans forgiven, Delisle and co-author Alex Holt found in a 2012 report.

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Apr
15
2014

Student Loan Borrowers' Costs To Jump As Education Department Reaps Huge ... | Huffington Post <a href="http://newamerica.net/user/227" title="View user profile.">Jason Delisle</a>

April 14, 2014

Jason Delisle, director of the federal education budget project at the New America Foundation, said CBO figures show that the Pell Grant program will need more money to continue at present levels beginning in 2017. Assuming that Congress does not want ...

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Apr
03
2014

House Education Chairman to Push for More Special Education Aid | Education Week <a href="http://newamerica.net/user/361" title="View user profile.">Clare McCann</a>

April 1, 2014

What's more, there are significant challenges to boosting funding for special education, said Clare McCann, a policy analyst at the New America Foundation's Federal Education Budget Project.

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