Education and Poverty Webcasts & Videos

Spotlight Webcast: FRAC Reports on Success of School Breakfast

Interview with Jim Weill, FRAC Executive Director

The Washington Post, January 05, 2014: Churning between Medicaid and exchanges could leave gaps in coverage, experts warn

“In 2014, millions of people are expected to shift between the health exchanges and Medicaid as their income fluctuates. That could be costly for states and insurance companies, and patients could wind up having gaps in coverage or having to switch health plans or doctors.”

Challenging Myths of Educating Low-Income Students

Spotlight Webcast with Dr. Yvette Jackson, author and CEO of NUA and Anthony Rebora, Editor of Ed Week

Progress Lags in High School, Especially for Low-Income Youth

CEP's Jack Jennings and Diplomas Now Doug Elmer, discuss new report on high school achievement

Spotlight Webcast: New Report on 8th-Grade Achievement

Jack Jennings, Center on Education Policy and Deborah Kasak, The National Forum to Accelerate Middle-Grades Reform discuss new findings

Spotlight Webcast: Education and Poverty, Part 2

Eric Cooper of NUA and Dan Domenech of AASA, explore the poverty issues impacting schools

Community Non-Profits and Community Colleges Improve Outcomes for Low-Income People

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Spotlight Webcast: Building a Grad Nation

John Bridgeland discusses new report on ending the high school dropout epidemic

The Achievement Gap: Slow and Uneven Progress for Students

Center on Education Policy’s New Finding

Low-Income Adults Achieve Success in College and Work

A new documentary from The Aspen Institute WSI

Spotlight Webcast: Complete College America

College is the pathway out of poverty. Watch the video.