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How UK Companies Can Cross the Pond to Success in an American Market

 Post-Brexit, the U.K. is eager to fill the void of the European Union's single market and tax reliefs with fresh free trade agreements. This included discussions with the U.S., Read more

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The Standardized Test Evolution Must Center Both the Classroom and the System
September 27, 2021
We've been following the disruption of standardized testing for a while now, especially with departures at the state level and among education professionals in the wake of the pandemic. From California to Florida, Read more
Why the In-Store Experience is Tapping into Customers’ Love for Ecommerce
September 27, 2021
Shoppers are much more accustomed to ecommerce today than 18 months ago, but that doesn't mean they aren't still bringing the digital to the physical store. Studies over the last few years have shown a range of Read more
Florida Plans to End its Standardized Test. Here’s How College Admissions Should Respond.
September 27, 2021
Educators and administrators continue to reel from the long-term effects of the pandemic on student success, SEL skills, and bridging the gap brought on by accelerated learning loss en masse. Part of this response Read more
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How UK Companies Can Cross the Pond to Success in an American Market
September 24, 2021
 Post-Brexit, the U.K. is eager to fill the void of the European Union's single market and tax reliefs with fresh free trade agreements. This included discussions with the U.S., Read more
How Trends in Corporate Consolidation Reflect in Biden’s Healthcare Anti-Trust Action
August 16, 2021
 Earlier this month, President Joe Biden signed an executive order that addresses competition among hospitals, health insurers, prescription drugmakers, and hearing aid Read more
Biden’s Infrastructure Bill Sees the Light of Day
August 13, 2021
This year’s budget proposal season is a little spicy as it's the first major budget haggling of Biden's administration, and it seems to be focusing heavily on goals he campaigned on; funding Read more
What the US Can Learn from Europe’s “Right to Repair” Fight
July 30, 2021
Earlier in July, the Biden Administration dropped another hammer with its new "right to repair" executive order. With the ultimate goal of increasing competition across the US economy, this Read more
Biden-Powell Duo Seeks to Define an Era Like Reagan-Volcker Did
April 29, 2021
(Bloomberg) --   Forty years ago, President Ronald Reagan and Federal Reserve Chairman Paul Volcker oversaw a root-and-branch restructuring of the U.S. economy. Today, Joe Biden and Read more
Biden to Order 100 Million More J&J Doses, Boosting Supply
March 10, 2021
(Bloomberg) President Joe Biden said doubling the U.S. order of Johnson & Johnson’s one-shot Covid-19 vaccine will help build a stockpile larger than the country’s population, providing Read more
Biden Flashes Warning to Big Tech as Antitrust Team Takes Shape
March 9, 2021
(Bloomberg) - President Joe Biden’s plan to put two progressive antitrust scholars in top positions signals an aggressive approach to combating corporate consolidation and monopoly power, Read more
Biden Acknowledges US Overreliance on Foreign Supply Chains
February 25, 2021
  President Joe Biden ordered a government review of U.S. supply chains, seeking to end the country’s reliance on China and other adversaries for crucial goods. Biden met with a group Read more
Biden Administration’s EdTech Plan: Bridge the Student Digital Divide
January 28, 2021
With a new administration comes new policy visions, and the Biden administration has already vocalized some priorities for the United States’ education system. Reporting out of The 74 Read more