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State revenue was down 29% compared to the same quarter last year, indicating budget shortfalls and hard choices may be on the horizon.
Millions of students have no internet while sheltering at home. See who is affected by home learning environments without technology access.
In the year before the pandemic hit, 92% of people in the US had health insurance, with employment-based insurance as the most prevalent coverage type.
About 13.6 million people remained unemployed in August. Job losses are becoming permanent; temporary layoffs are no longer causing the majority of unemployment.
This month's look at the pandemic focuses on hospital beds, unemployment benefits, and consumer spending. It also shows how the virus is infecting more people in states that previously had few cases.
The presidential candidates addressed COVID-19 and healthcare, immigration, record unemployment, and tax reform in their convention speeches. Here’s what the data says on these key issues.
For most schools, athletics constitute a small portion of revenue. But in the Power Five Conferences—ACC, Big Ten, Big 12, Pac-12, and SEC—football represents a larger portion of institution revenue.
As concerns about the spread of COVID-19 continue, administrators are deciding whether to start instruction for the new school year online, in person or a hybrid of both.
In the 2018 midterm election, 25.9% of all ballots were cast by mail. With more than 85.4% of voters now eligible to vote by mail amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, that number may increase in 2020.
Initiative would postpone $520 in taxes for the average household and $1,197 for the upper middle class.
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