Spotlight on the Uninsured: A State-by-State Analysis of Programs for the Uninsured
STATE HEALTH LEGISLATION REPORT 17(3): 31-36, September 1989
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Carneval, Anthony P.; Ridley, Neil; Strohl, Jeff (Center on Education and the Workforce, 2017)The reported death of the middle economy is greatly exaggerated. There are 30 million good jobs in the United States today that pay without a BA (bachelor’s degree). These good jobs have median earnings of $55,000 annually. ...
Useful Tool or Educational Boondoggle: An Analysis of the Existing State of Career and Technical Education Programs and Education Outcomes Carton, Meghan Feeley (Georgetown University, 2013)Policymakers have long debated whether Career and Technical Education (CTE) is a viable, alternate route for education delivery. The debate has often been based on limited and biased research. This paper examines two ...