When it comes to urban education in America, no reforms have caused more controversy over the last two decades than the proliferation of charter schools.
IEL celebrates the 29th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act protecting the civil rights of people with disabilities in every aspect of society, from education to employment.
A president’s budget request is typically the first step in a long process of determining how we should prioritize our resources. The president had a real opportunity to do right by our children. He chose a wall instead.
The Department of Homeland Security has proposed a rule change that would change the threshold for becoming what the government defines as “public charge" and make it more difficult for immigrants using certain public services to obtain citizenship or change visa status.
Mark Kabban, a 2018 Meade Fellow, met with education and policy influencers during a week-long visit to Washington, D.C. The fellowship provided him with an opportunity to meet with organizations working on immigrant and refugee issues.