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Posts from April 2016

What Can Stop Kids From Dropping Out

Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders have both trumpeted their proposals to expand college access and reduce student debt, but an even bigger problem is going ignored, at least by politicians: college dropouts. The statistics are jaw-dropping. Only 53 percent of college freshmen earn a bachelor’s… More

Reforming Democracy From the Grassroots Up

Represent.Us, a bipartisan group, is trying to build momentum for campaign finance and lobbying reform by pushing legislation at the state and local level. (Photo: Christopher Huang/Represent.Us) Following the April demonstrations in Washington for campaign finance and voting rights reform,… More

Stan Collender Testifies before US Senate Budget Committee

Stan Collender (MPP '76) is the Executive Vice President of Qorvis MSLGROUP.  He gave the following testimony before the United States Senate Committee on the Budget on April 27, 2016. Chairman Enzi, Senator Whitehouse and members of the committee: As a former intern and staff member of this committee… More

Remembrance: Professor Allan P. Sindler

The Goldman School of Public Policy mourns the passing of Emeritus Professor Allan P. Sindler in October 2015. Professor Sindler was Dean of the Graduate School of Public Policy (now the Goldman School of Public Policy) from 1977 to 1987. Professor Sindler’s scholarly work on race and politics followed the… More