Author Archives: briefpolicyperspectives
Caitlyn Valadez, MPA Staff Writer, Brief Policy Perspectives Mamie Voight of the Institute for Higher Education Policy once noted that ”free is a message that works.” The phrase “free community college” is often used to describe and promote scholarship programs that cover tuition costs for community college students. This policy approach to making college more […]
Transgender and Incarcerated: Revised Bureau of Prisons Guidance Could Compromise Safety of Transgender Inmates
Kaid Ray-Tipton, MPA Staff Writer, Brief Policy Perspectives In the last few days of the Obama administration, former Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) Acting Director Thomas R. Kane released the Transgender Offender Manual which was developed to ensure that the BOP “properly identifies, tracks, and provides services to the transgender population.” Over a year later, this […]
GW WonkCast S4E4: Below the Fold: The Role of Civilians in Military Decision-making and Taxing Online Purchases
Join co-hosts Nathalie Grogan and Erik LaDue for our last Below the Fold segment of the semester! Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or on Facebook. Subscribe in iTunes, Stitcher, or Google Play to #staywonky. The views expressed herein are those of the co-hosts and do not necessarily reflect the views of Policy Perspectives or the Trachtenberg school.
GW WonkCast S4E3: Below the Fold: Conflict at the U.S.-Mexico Border and Implications for Immigration Policy
Join co-hosts Gabe Moss and Nathalie Grogan for an in-depth Below the Fold focused on the nuances and impacts of recent events developing at the U.S.-Mexico border. See the sources: Immigration Experts: Tear Gas Has Been Used at the Border for Years, But Never on Children. Roll Call Asylum in the United States. American Immigration […]