Additional Focus

How We Talk About Climate Change and Security

Blog Post by: Neil Bhatiya , on March 28, 2014

On Thursday, the Environmental Justice Foundation published a new report, The Gathering Storm: Climate Change, Security and Conflict, providing an excellent overview of how climate change acts as a “force-multiplier.” Policy associate Neil Bhatiya analyzes its findings in this piece. 

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Workers & Economic Inequality

The Other Side of the Wage Debate

Blog Post by: Zachary Bernstein , on March 27, 2014

Don’t look now, but the minimum wage is quite the hot topic. Cities are moving to raise their wage floors, and states are introducing ballot initiatives. However, there are more ways to give workers better pay. Blogger Zachary Bernstein explains.

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Workers & Economic Inequality

NAFTA at 20: A Tug-of-War between Profit and Policy

Blog Post by: Janet Wlody , on March 26, 2014

Marking the 20-year anniversary of the passage of the North American Free Trade Agreement, blogger Janet Wlody analyzes a Sierra Club report on NAFTA’s impact and legacy. 

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Foreign Policy

The Business of Climate Change

Blog Post by: Zachary Bernstein , on March 25, 2014

Beloved burrito chain, Chipotle, and tech empire, Apple, have been in the news in recent weeks for two different, but ultimately related, reasons. Blogger Zachary Bernstein discusses why climate change should be more important to big businesses. 

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Education

5 Things You Didn’t Know About For-Profits

Blog Post by: Suzanne Mettler , on March 19, 2014

America's higher education system is failing its students. In the space of a generation, we have gone from being the best-educated society in the world to one surpassed by eleven other nations in college graduation rates. Higher education is evolving into a caste system, and for-profit colleges are leaving students more unequal than when they started. Suzanne Mettler explains how. 

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Education

What Can We Do About Segregation in DC Schools?

Blog Post by: Halley Potter , on March 18, 2014

There is a lot of choice in D.C. public schools. But there is very little control in balancing school populations in the district—with the result that you have schools with strikingly different achievement levels and demographics in the same neighborhood. Now, something called controlled choice is being used in a number of districts across the country.

Join TCF senior fellow Richard Kahlenberg in a special event this Friday to hear a discussion on controlled choice and how it can increase socioeconomically integrated public schools.

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Workers & Economic Inequality

Chained CPI Is Dead, and the Grand Bargain With It

Blog Post by: Andrew Fieldhouse , on March 13, 2014

TCF fellow and budget policy expert Andrew Fieldhouse wrote an article this week at the Huffington Post about the recent death of the chained CPI and the grand bargain. 

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Workers & Economic Inequality

Taking Aim at Inequality

Blog Post by: Kathleen Geier , on March 12, 2014

How can we put the brakes on out-of-control economic inequality? The solution is surprisingly simple: by taking aim at the tax code. Read more in writer Kathleen Geier's first post for TCF's Blog of the Century.

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Foreign Policy

Political Junkies: Talking Climate Change on HuffPost Live

Blog Post by: Neil Bhatiya , on March 12, 2014

Yesterday, Neil Bhatiya did a segment on climate change with Grist'Ben Adler and 350org's Jamie Henn on Huffington Post Live's Political Junkies with Alyona Minkovksi. President Obama did a segment on satire with comedian Zach Galifianakis.

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Additional Focus

The Hits Keep Coming for “Legacy Media”—Surprised?

Blog Post by: Peter Osnos , on March 7, 2014

For all the continuing focus on journalism’s upheavals, with excitement and investment in the ascendency of digital based reporting, it is time—again—to recognize how much superb work is being done at venerable publications as they adapt to the evolution of delivery in which any publication with an attachment to print is considered déclassé.

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