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Focus Groups and National Poll Confirm the Desire for Profound Education...

December 2, 2021

The COVID Constituency is a project developed by The Hunt Institute, in collaboration with Governor Bob Wise, former governor of West Virginia. The project seeks to collect firsthand experiences, perceptions, and priorities from students, parents,...

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National Unfinished Learning Retreat Takes Place in Research Triangle Park

November 16, 2021

Nineteen months into the pandemic, we are beginning to understand more about unfinished learning. We know this phenomenon has impacted students of color, students with disabilities, English language learners, and students from low-income backgrounds...

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Build Back Better Child Care Copayment Calculator

November 15, 2021

  The federal Build Back Better Act, now under consideration by Congress, would expand child care subsidy benefits to families making 250% or less of their state’s median income. Using a copayment system similar to that utilized by health...

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State Median Income and Child Care Copayment Estimates Under Build Back Better

November 5, 2021

The federal Build Back Better Act proposes to expand child care subsidies for American families, creating a copayment system similar to that used in medical insurance. Families will, based on family income, pay anywhere between zero and seven...

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Build Back Better Guide for Policymakers | Early Childhood Education

November 1, 2021

Page updated November 4, 2021 As Congress prepares to debate passage of the Build Back Better Act, aspects of the $1.75 billion spending proposal hold the potential to fundamentally transform America’s early care and education landscape –...

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The COVID Constituency | Improving Education for All Students by Closing the...

October 29, 2021

The COVID Constituency is a project developed by The Hunt Institute, in collaboration with Governor Bob Wise, former governor of West Virginia. The project seeks to collect firsthand experiences, perceptions, and priorities from students, parents,...

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Duke Research Fellow Explores Lasting Benefits of Early Childhood Education

October 26, 2021

Dr. Robert C. Carr, research scientist at Duke Sanford School of Public Policy's Center for Child and Family Policy, published a new paper about sustaining the benefits of early childhood education into the elementary years. The paper explores...

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Practical Steps to Education Transformation | New Report

September 29, 2021

The COVID Constituency project was developed by The Hunt Institute, in collaboration with Governor Bob Wise, former congressman and governor of West Virginia. Through the project, we seek to collect the firsthand COVID experiences, perceptions, and...

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Photo Story | Hunt-Kean Leadership Fellows Convening in New Mexico

August 30, 2021

Wednesday, August 11 After going virtual for last year's Hunt-Kean Leadership Fellows convenings, we were excited to bring together Cohorts 6 & 7 of our Fellows — education-minded state policymakers — for three days of education policy...

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State Responses to Child Neglect and Abuse During the Pandemic

August 28, 2021

The Challenge  The COVID-19 pandemic has brought challenges to child well-being and safety, among them being the rise in child abuse and neglect. As stated in the Federal Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act (CAPTA)(42 U.S.C.A. § 5106g),...

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