A Kauffman-funded National Foundation for American Policy report finds that key parts of pending immigration bills would open the door wider to highly skilled individuals.
The analysis shows that if Congress takes up immigration reform legislation later in 2014, employers and the U.S. economy would benefit from several provisions on high-skilled immigration in House and Senate bills.
Read "House and Senate Legislation on High Skill Immigration."
Kauffman-Funded NFAP Studies Explores Immigrants’ Importance to U.S. Science, Engineering
2014 NCTQ Teacher Prep Review: A Review of U.S. Teacher Preparation Programs