Graduate student Eric Trager of the School of Arts and Sciences pens an op-ed as part of a series of policy proposals titled, “Obama and the Middle East: Act Two.”
Penn’s Field Center for Children’s Policy, Practice & Research Works To Change Child Protection Laws
A lot can change in a year.
One year ago, Pennsylvania’s General Assembly established a Task Force on Child Protection to review child-abuse-reporting procedures and laws. In November, the Task Force issued a 400-page report outlining its proposal for revisions to the child abuse-reporting laws in Pennsylvania.
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Kathleen Hall Jamieson of the Annenberg Public Policy Center comments on President Obama dealing with several mass murders during his presidency.
Penn Fels Institute of Government Report Explores What It Takes to Succeed as a State Cabinet Secretary
PHILADELPHIA –- In a new report, “What It Takes to Lead State Agencies: Promising Practices for State Cabinet Secretaries,” Fels Research & Consulting, a division of the University of Pennsylvania’s Fels Institute of Government, lays out seven core competencies that can help state cabinet sec
PHILADELPHIA — In the waning days of 2012, two words have dominated the post-election discourse: “fiscal cliff.” The cliff is a combination of impending budgetary measures that will take effect in January if a legislative compromise is not reached.
One area of the budget that would see serious cuts is funding for the national science agencies, such as the National Institutes of Health and National Science Foundation. Combined with cuts to other agencies and departments, the amount of research and development funding lost could total $58 billion over five years.
Chad Dion Lassiter of the School of Social Policy & Practice comments on the lack of outrage over the city’s murder rate, attributing it to multiple factors such as moral erosion and a lack of community commitment.