“I really have no idea if she would be an effective president. But for now, her campaign has focused with laser-like precision on exactly the right issues,” says Dartmouth’s Charles Wheelan ’88 in a U.S. News & World Report opinion piece about Hillary Clinton. Unlike the Republicans, he says, Clinton is talking about “income inequality and economic insecurity.”
The High Price of Covid Learning Loss
An editorial cites a new study co-authored by economics professor Douglas Staiger that found a recent decline in 8th grade national math assessment tests during the pandemic could represent a 1.6% decline in lifetime earnings if allowed to become permanent.
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