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Tessa Holtzman
Research at & Executive Director of | Gender, Education, and Equity focus | alum, New Mexico native | Views are my own.
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Tessa Holtzman Jun 26
Replying to @jenn_clark
They all could have benefited from some coaching from me ;)
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Tessa Holtzman Jun 26
Replying to @jenn_clark
Exciting to hear topics like free college, paid family leave, and equal pay getting air time. But there were a lot of stories and broad statements and a lack of direct answers. I want brevity, straight-forward answers, and policy.
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Tessa Holtzman Jun 26
It’s time to stop saying women aren’t electable. It’s just not true.
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Tiffany Jones Jun 26
glad how to make affordable, pell and student debt is front and center in the ! And as convo goes to other topics remember what happens in can make our broken economic and social systems better or worse!
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Jennifer Clark Jun 26
As we prepare to hear from the candidates on big issues tonight, has a great piece from Rynn Bell, a , on what would make a difference for families
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Nicolas Martinez Jun 26
Anyone running for office in the 2020 election, wether national or state level, should take measures to focus on a women-centered economic platform. Check out IWPR's newest fact sheet, just in time for key policy debates.
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Tessa Holtzman Jun 26
has been a centerpiece of many of the 2020 candidates platforms. Their proposals should recognize that are central to the equity and access goals of free college programs. Want to know more? Check out my latest report.
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IWPR Jun 3
Interested in more research on and , visit IWPR's new initiative, the Center on Equity in Higher Education. Follow IWPR researchers at for even more.
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Andra Hoffman May 30
Recommendations for what a College Promise Program would look like for student parents...this is heading towards a national movement.
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LindseyReichlinCruse May 30
90% of students responding to an survey said that stress management was their #1 support need. Mental health has to be part of the convo about success
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Tessa Holtzman May 16
Proud to be a Bates alumni!
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Tessa Holtzman May 3
For those concerned that free college/tuition reduction proposals are ‘unfair’, which should we value more? People going hungry or a marginal claim of unfairness? Tuition or Dinner? Nearly Half of College Students Surveyed in a New Report Are Going Hungry
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Tessa Holtzman May 1
The inspiring story of single mother Akiya, who will be graduating this spring! Plus some IWPR research on why we need to be investing in who are pursuing higher education. 'Do They Kick Out Pregnant People?' Navigating College With Kids
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Susana Contreras-Mendez Apr 29
"Due to inadequate funding, just 1 in 6 children eligible for child care assistance receives it." Child Care and Housing: Big Expenses With Too Little Help Available
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Tessa Holtzman Apr 23
YES. 100% yes. Maybe it’s not perfect (can any policy be?), but it’s the best I’ve heard yet and a great place to start.
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Tessa Holtzman Apr 11
Despite facing substantial time demands related to balancing school with parenthood and financial instability, are likely to have higher GPAs than students without kids.
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LindseyReichlinCruse Apr 11
Very excited to share a new fact sheet featuring updated data on ! It was a pleasure to collaborate with on this. @
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Tessa Holtzman Apr 4
Honored to be profiled in this piece alongside 14 other women doing incredible and inspiring things
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Tessa Holtzman Apr 2
Replying to @TessaHoltzman
Stop saying the is a myth and that women should just negotiate harder. It's time to start looking at what the data actually says.
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Tessa Holtzman Apr 2
Replying to @TessaHoltzman
The explanation of the is multifaceted. Read this to learn more, then win all the arguments.
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