ADVERTISEMENT

Education

Education

White Communities, Black Students: Counties With the Biggest School Race Gap

White enrollment in private schools creates stark disparities in many districts.

By Mike Maciag  |  July 9, 2019
Read More

Education

States That Spend the Most (and the Least) on Education

Plus, where the funding comes from and how it's spent in each state.

By Michael Maciag  |  June 4, 2019
Read More

Education

Residential Segregation Data for U.S. Metro Areas

Measures of segregation for different demographic groups, including whites, blacks, Hispanics and Asians.

By Michael Maciag  |  January 24, 2019
Read More

Education

School Segregation Data for U.S. Metro Areas

Measures of school segregation between black and white students.

By Michael Maciag  |  January 24, 2019
Read More

Management & Labor

No College Degree? These Regions Offer the Best Job Prospects

Local labor shortages are helping workers with only a high school education -- or less -- find employment.

By Michael Maciag  |  August 10, 2018
Read More

Education

Where Teacher Salaries Most Lag Behind Private Sector

States where teachers are protesting have among the largest pay discrepancies when compared with similarly educated private-sector workers.

By Michael Maciag  |  April 30, 2018
Read More

Health & Human Services

What America’s ‘Baby Bust’ Means for Public Policy

Birth rates are at a historic low. If they don't rebound, the effects will be felt outside the family.

By Mike Maciag  |  July 1, 2017
Read More

Finance

How Much Do States Rely on Federal Funding?

There's a wide range of dependence across and within the states. Here's a state-by-state look at how welfare, education and roads could be impacted by the next budget that Trump signs.

By Mike Maciag  |  May 22, 2017
Read More

Fewer People Are Getting Degrees in Public Service

It's hard to say, though, whether this is a temporary adjustment or a long-term trend.

By Mike Maciag  |  May 19, 2017
Read More

Management & Labor

The Uneven Recovery of Youth Employment

Only half of 16- to 24-year-olds had a job last year, and youth employment has rebounded in just a handful of states. Is the recession all to blame?

By Michael Maciag  |  April 5, 2017
Read More

Education

Government and Public Service Career Degree Statistics

Current trends and statistics showing numbers of graduates for criminal justice, education, public administration, political science, public health and other degree fields.

By Michael Maciag  |  April 27, 2017
Read More

More Articles

E.REPUBLIC Platforms & Programs