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Join Progressive Education Advocates to Support Teaching for Change

Global Policy Solutions encourages you to participate in a panel discussion on March 12, 2012, hosted by Teaching for Change titled “What Kids Aren’t Learning: History Under Attack and Why It Matters.” The panel will be moderated by Dr. Bernard Demczuk and hosted by Renee Poussaint. It will discuss the intersection of current K-12 education and informed civic engagement and seek to address the question: “How intentional is it that children aren’t learning history and what are the implications?” Click here for more information.

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    Global Policy Solutions Announces the Development of “2020 Vision Roadmap: A Pre-K Through Post-Secondary Blueprint for Educational Success”

Global Policy Solutions Announces the Development of “2020 Vision Roadmap: A Pre-K Through Post-Secondary Blueprint for Educational Success”

Global Policy Solutions is pleased to have worked with the nation’s leading education experts and advocates to develop, “2020 Vision Roadmap: A Pre-K Through Post-Secondary Blueprint for Educational Success.” The 2020 Vision Roadmap provides a detailed, 120-page blueprint of evidence-based actions that policymakers, advocates and educators can take to place their state, city or district on a trajectory to achieve President Obama’s 2020 goal of making the U.S. the global leader in post-secondary degree attainment.

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GlobalPolicy.tv Showcases Diverse Policy Perspectives

WASHINGTON—Global Policy Solutions today launched www.globalpolicy.tv, a new public affairs website featuring viewpoints from a diverse group of policy experts whose opinions are rarely heard in the mainstream media.

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Global Policy Solutions at Schott Foundation Events in Washington, DC

Join Dr. Maya Rockeymoore and Global Policy Solutions at the Schott Foundation’s Education Town Hall on Thursday, December 8, 2011, and the 20th Anniversary Hot Schott Awards Gala in Washington, D.C. on Friday, December 9, 2011. More information can be found at the National Opportunity to Learn Campaign.

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Minority Groups Bear the Brunt of Super Committee Decisions About Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid

Prominent Health and Income Security Groups Raise Concerns About the Effects of Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid Cuts on Communities of Color

WASHINGTON – As the United States transitions to a “majority-minority” population over the next three decades, prominent health and income security groups say the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction and other Members of Congress must take into account how changes to Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid will affect communities of color, a population that is growing and increasingly economically insecure.

By |October 27th, 2011|Press Releases|Comments Off on Minority Groups Bear the Brunt of Super Committee Decisions About Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid