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An assessment of nontraditional students focuses on prime-age adults who are both in the labor force and enrolled in postsecondary programs.
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An analysis of public school enrollment decline after the COVID-19 pandemic looks at differences by socioeconomic status, locale, and types of schools.
An explainer on work requirements for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP; formerly known as the Food Stamp Program) summarizes the research on…
The Hamilton Project at Brookings convened experts on September 27, 2023 to discuss the future of tax policy.
Wendy Edelberg and Ben Harris scrutinize the misplaced focus on aggregate output in tax policy debates and suggest other considerations to prioritize.
Ahead of the expiration of Tax Cuts and Jobs Act provisions, Natasha Sarin and Kimberly Clausing offer principles and options to guide tax policy choices in 20…
Women have made impressive gains in the labor market, but if Congress fails to allocate additional funding for the sector, work will be more difficult for mill…
During the COVID-19 pandemic, poverty dropped to a historic low, demonstrating the power of effective policy.
The greatest contributors to the post-pandemic rebound in labor force participation are prime-age women–remarkably, those with young children.