Olivia Sanchez writes for the Hechinger Report about three proposals that would transform the Pell grant. Sanchez quotes CEW Director Anthony Carnevale about expanding Pell grant dollars to include short-term credential programs.
Elisabeth Buchwald writes for MarketWatch about the ways in which Biden’s infrastructure plan could help women join the traditionally male-dominated field. Buchwald quotes CEW’s Chief Economist Nicole Smith about the challenges that women face in today’s economy.
This USA Today op-ed discusses the broad categories that are included under Biden’s infrastructure plan. The Editorial Board cites the CEW report “15 Million Infrastructure Jobs.”
Anna Helhoski writes for NerdWallet about the consequences of postponing earning a college degree. Helhoski quotes CEW’s Chief Economist Nicole about how virtual learning likely will impact the next generation.
Michelle Fox writes for CNBC about how many young people are struggling to find jobs even as the economy recovers. Fox quotes CEW’s Chief Economist Nicole Smith on the current state of the economy.
In this NPR interview with CEW’s Chief Economist Nicole Smith, Noel King discusses how Biden’s infrastructure plan expands on the traditional definition of infrastructure and would affect women as well as men.
In this Yahoo Finance interview with CEW’s Chief Economist Nicole Smith, Zack Guzman and Akiko Fujita discuss Biden’s infrastructure plan and the effect it will have on blue-collar jobs. Guzman and Fujita cite the CEW report “15 Million Infrastructure Jobs.”
In this Washington Post op-ed, Dorothy A. Brown discusses how the higher education system perpetuates the Black-White wealth gap instead of promoting equity for all students. Brown cites the CEW report “The College Payoff.”
Paul Basken writes for Times Higher Education about the projected surge in the training demand resulting from Biden’s infrastructure plan. Basken cites the CEW report “15 Million Infrastructure Jobs.”
In this US News & World Report article, Susan Milligan discusses Biden’s willingness to compromise on the finances of his infrastructure plan. Milligan cites the CEW report “15 Million Infrastructure Jobs.”