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The Future of Standardized Testing

The pandemic has forced people to accept a lot of changes, but Americans aren't too sure doing a makeover of standardized testing is one of them. In fact, Americans are divided on the effectiveness of ... Read Now >
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It’s Built In: American Polarization, Part 2

This is part two of a two-part series on polarization in America. This post focuses on the systemic
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Splitting Apart: American Polarization, Part 1

This is part one of a two-part series on polarization in America. This post focuses on Americans' views
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Time for a (Generational) Change?

Most of the top elected officials in Washington are old. Much older than the average age of their
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A Perfect Storm for EVs

Gas prices are on the rise and so are electric vehicle (EV) sales. Has the price at the
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America’s Mental Health Crisis

Americans are stressed out; they have been living through a pandemic, school shootings, and high inflation. Just in
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The History of Juneteenth

The History of Juneteenth

Today is America’s newest federal holiday but most Americans don’t know much about it and don’t celebrate it.
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Do Photoshop Disclaimers Work?

In a post earlier this year, we looked into the link between body dissatisfaction and the use of
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The History of Black History Month

February is Black History Month and, over the last decade, it has gained a lot more prominence than
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The Future of Ranked Choice Voting

The Future of Ranked Choice Voting

Ranked Choice Voting (RCV) got its big Broadway debut last summer but is it ready to open wide?
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