Ideas for Education 2017

By Roosevelt Institute |

The Roosevelt Institute’s oldest and most competitive journal, elevating the top student-generated policy proposals from across the country. We have policy ideas in seven issue areas: human rights, foreign policy, education, health care, economics, energy and environment, and democratic access. Read our latest ideas for Education.

Establishing Support Programs at Michigan Universities to Combat Precarious Housing and Homelessness in College Students – Yosef Gross and Ryan Bergal, Roosevelt @ UMichigan

Making Higher Education More Affordable: A Cap on College Athletics Subsidies – Jonas Higbee, Roosevelt @ Michigan State

Modern Literacy: Teaching Elementary Students How to Code – Denizhan Pak and Mickayla Stogsdill Roosevelt @ UT Knoxville

Integrated Peace Education: A New Approach to Addressing Bullying – Vishnu Kannan, Roosevelt @ Michigan State

Helping Homeless College Students By Providing Access to Showering Facilities – Yiju Huang and Dominic Russel, Roosevelt @ UMichigan

Mental Health Matters: Increasing Access to Treatment in New York City Schools – Sacha Heyman, Roosevelt @ U Michigan

Integrating Special and General Education in Fairfax County Public Schools – Arian Zukergood, Roosevelt @ Cornell

Educating Those at Risk: Spreading Knowledge to Combat the Opioid Epidemic – Aaron Gottesfeld and Jonathan Link, Roosevelt @ Cornell

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