- How did COVID impact Massachusetts’ long-term care facilities?January 24, 2022 - 5:59 pm
- Gaetan Kashala Gives Immigrants a Leg UpJanuary 20, 2022 - 11:50 am
- Study Raises Concern That Annual T Fare Evasion Costs Could Rise By More Than $30 Million Under AFC 2.0January 19, 2022 - 6:09 am
- AEI’s Ian Rowe on School Leadership, Civic Education, & Upward MobilityJanuary 18, 2022 - 11:33 am
- Massachusetts Telehealth Report Card: Are We Embracing Disruption for Better Quality of Care?January 18, 2022 - 10:33 am
- Study: Tax Up For A Vote In November Would Ensnare Over Three Times More Taxpayers Than Previously EstimatedJanuary 18, 2022 - 6:52 am
- Stanford’s Prof. Clayborne Carson on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Civil Rights Vision & LegacyJanuary 14, 2022 - 9:21 am
- David Keane On How Taking Risks On Immigrants Pays OffJanuary 13, 2022 - 10:57 am
- Am I Contagious? Divining Covid’s Community ConundrumJanuary 11, 2022 - 11:01 am
- Virtual Learning Grows During COVIDJanuary 11, 2022 - 8:43 am
According to the Federal Transit Administration (FTA), the MBTA’s $935.4 million fare collection system (AFC 2.0) that is scheduled to be implemented in 2023 will reduce fare evasion by $35 million over a decade. But the T announced in 2021 that evasion could actually increase by up to $30 million under AFC 2.0, and now a Pioneer Institute study warns that insufficient fare enforcement could drive that figure even higher under the new system.
This week on “The Learning Curve,” co-hosts Gerard Robinson and Cara Candal talk with Ian Rowe, a senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, where he focuses on education and upward mobility, family formation, and adoption.
Hubwonk host Joe Selvaggi talks with Pioneer Senior Fellow in Healthcare Josh Archambault about his newest research paper, produced with the Cicero Institute and the Reason Foundation, on states’ success in implementing telehealth to improve healthcare outcomes. They discuss how Massachusetts has used remote medicine to better reach patients and serve their needs.
Analyses from the Massachusetts Department of Revenue (MADOR, 2016) and Tufts University’s Center for State Policy Analysis (2022) dramatically underestimated the number of households and businesses impacted by the constitutionally-imposed tax hike that the legislature is putting before voters in November 2022, according to a new study from Pioneer Institute.
This week on “The Learning Curve,” co-hosts Gerard Robinson and Cara Candal talk with Dr. Clayborne Carson, the Martin Luther King, Jr. Centennial Professor of History Emeritus at Stanford University and the Founding Editor of The Papers of Martin Luther King, Jr.