From: Brookings Brown Center on Education Policy
To: Scott Jenkins,
Subject: Implementing Common Core and New Research on Student Debt
Date: Thu Jun 26 16:33:41 MDT 2014
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This week: Curriculum's role in implementing CCSS, and an analysis of the student loan crisis.
                       

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Implementing Common Core: Curriculum Part 2
Textbooks

Tom Loveless continues his analysis of curriculum’s role in the implementation of the Common Core State Standards (CCSS), examining key curricular decisions and the potential political controversies that may arise as CCSS makes its way through the school system.
Read the Chalkboard post »

NEW RESEARCH
Is a Student Loan Crisis on the Horizon?
Student debt protest

Beth Akers and Matthew Chingos analyze more than two decades of data on the financial well-being of American households and find that in reality, the impact of student loans may not be as dire as many fear.
Read the report »

BROWN CENTER SCHOLARS IN THE NEWS

The new research from Beth Akers and Matthew Chingos on student loan debt was highlighted in a New York Times column.  The report was also featured by Washington Post's Wonkblog, BusinessWeek, Slate, and The Atlantic, among others.

Akers's recent Chalkboard post on the typical student loan borrower was cited by Vox

Tom Loveless's 2012 study on the likely impact of the Common Core State Standards was cited in a Times-Picayune article about the controversy surrounding the standards in Louisiana. That same study, as well as an update that Loveless published in 2014, are cited in a Huffington Post column about the reformation of the Common Core. 

Chingos is quoted in a TIME article about the language learning app Duolingo.

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