CAP has identified a series of proposals, including a grant program that would increase recruitment and retention of highly qualified educators in schools with the highest teacher turnover, helping ensure equitable access to great teaching in school districts across the country.
CAP has advocated for investments in higher education, including better supporting community college and part-time students, boosting the Pell Grant for low-income students, investing in minority-serving institutions, and recognizing the importance of robust student advising and wraparound supports.
This interactive uses data from the U.S. Department of Education to estimate how many students, overall and disaggregated, enroll in AP courses, take AP tests, and pass AP tests.
A timeline from the 1960s to the present shows that college students with criminal convictions have lost more access to financial aid than they have gained.
States can use this interactive calculator to estimate the increased cost of providing child care that meets coronavirus guidelines.
This interactive allows users to see states' progress toward implementing policies to improve maternal and infant mortality and eliminate racial disparities in health across three domains: healthy families, economic and work supports, and infant health outcomes.
This interactive allows users to view the most recent available data on infant health outcomes across states and compare demographic groups to see how outcomes differ by race and ethnicity.
This interactive provides information about the supply of child care in every congressional district.
This interactive tool provides examples of programs and initiatives across the country working to modernize and elevate the teaching profession.
Use this data tool to explore the most and least segregated school districts nationwide.
Leaving the workforce to provide child care can cost much more than you think. Find out how it could affect you.
Learn about next-generation school accountability systems and explore which indicators states currently use to hold schools accountable. This report is designed to help states as they build new systems to comply with the Every Student Succeeds Act, which requires states to consider a broader range of measures for student and school success.