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1101, 2024

For the Biden administration’s 2024 regulations, timing is crucial

The Biden administration has released its Fall 2023 Agenda and listed the planned regulations for all executive branch agencies for 2024 and beyond, but the administration will need to balance when to issue these regulations as the president approaches his incumbent reelection, writes NJSPL Principal Investigator Dean Stuart Shapiro in a new op ed from The Hill.

1512, 2023

The Short-Term Effects of the Shift From Prior-Year to Current-Year Enrollment on School Inputs in Arizona

NJSPL Postdoctoral Associate Angie Nga Le co-authored a new journal article in the American Educational Research Association, examining the short-term effects of Arizona's shift to using current-year enrollment, instead of prior-year enrollment, as the basis for determining state aid for school districts.

1312, 2023

A Prescription for Financing Higher Education

NJSPL Policy Fellow Linda Stamato published a new op-ed with the American Association of University Professors and makes the case that federal student loan debt is not simply an individual problem but a societal one, and why addressing inequality must be part of the discussion with higher education financing.

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