With studies showing that children who start school early in life do better both in and out of the classroom, more and more states are acting to boost high-quality early learning opportunities.
Hospital closures, shrinking budgets, a diminishing workforce and poorer health outcomes in rural areas are prompting policymakers to look for ways to boost maternal health care in the nation’s less-populated communities.
While state legislatures focus on improving cybersecurity practices within state government, the federal government is also looking for ways to assist states and address cybersecurity on a national level. When it comes to cybersecurity, states cannot address cyberthreats in a vacuum.
Early and middle colleges are alternative high schools located on college campuses. Some states have established these schools to help underserved students thrive in a nontraditional setting, exposing them to the college culture while allowing them to earn a high school diploma and college credits.