Newspaper Articles – Stephanie McGill

States Examine, Recalibrate Double-Dipping Policies

Six states have proposed legislation this year restricting “double-dipping,” in which public employees retire early and collect a pension, then rejoin the state workforce, sometimes in their previo

$15 Million Agreement Ends ‘No School’ Threat in Memphis

School finance disputes have increased nationwide and nearly delayed the start of school in Memphis, Tennessee, where the school board declared shuttering its only option if the City Council did no

Statistics Emphasize Higher Education Cost Swamp

As at least half the states cut higher education funding in recently concluded legislative sessions, the U.S.

Colorado School Districts Swarm Teacher Evaluation Pilot

Forty-one school districts volunteered to participate in Colorado’s statewide teacher evaluation pilot program this fall, an unusual response given tepid enrollment in similar programs in states su