George W. Bush Institute
Through our three Impact Centers -- Domestic Excellence, Global Leadership, and our Engagement Agenda -- we focus on developing leaders, advancing policy, and taking action to solve today’s most pressing challenges.
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This new study expands the field of scholarship on first ladies and women's leadership by exploring how spouses of state leaders around the globe are making a difference on critical issues at local, national, and global levels.
With effective care, invisible wounds can be overcome. We connect peer-to-peer veteran networks with best-in-class health providers. Find a member organization in your community.
Addressing the invisible wounds of war – post-traumatic stress (PTS) and traumatic brain injury (TBI) – is a core issue for warriors, their families, and their communities.
Through resources such as the VET Roadmap and Warrior Wellness Alliance, we aim to help warriors and their families transition to civilian life.
This paper outlines the Bush Institute’s findings while researching the gaps in treating the invisible wounds of war and makes recommendations to address these issues.
The VET Roadmap helps veterans transition from military service to civilian employment by breaking down the process into clear steps and identifying best-in-class resources.
This report seeks to use the lessons of Middle School Matters’ design and implementation to inform and support the efforts of others seeking to improve student outcomes by implementing school-based programs.
There is a role to play in supplementing the educational and employment assistance U.S.-based North Korean refugees receive.
Over the past two decades, the United States and other free societies have focused growing attention on the plight of the people in North Korea, but more must be done.
Based on views that uniquely bridge the national security and human rights communities, this report argues for a new U.S. policy that integrates the call for human freedom with denuclearization in our engagement and diplomacy with North Korea.
The George W. Bush Institute proposes two long-term investments in areas that form the backbone of North America’s future competitiveness. Each is critical to drive regional growth and each offers a high return on the investment.
A detailed look at the George W. Bush Institute proposal of two long-term investments in areas that form the backbone of North America’s future competitiveness.
The Bush Presidential Center has created a resource to help post-9/11 veterans who are looking for help from various nonprofit services including information and questions to ask when looking or applying for assistance.
The Bush Institute commissioned a survey to gain a better understanding of how people think about veterans and their perceptions of issues veterans face around the invisible wounds of war – post-traumatic stress (PTS) and traumatic brain injury (TBI).
How school districts can evaluate policies and practices and ensure they align with elements of principal effectiveness
Comparable education data on more than 100 cities across the country allowing users to make comparisons at the state, national, and global level so that mayors, policymakers, and the public can engage more vigorously in education decision-making in their local communities.
Survey of post- 9/11 military veterans as well as adults in the general population in Canada, the United Kingdom, and the United States to gain a better understanding of how people think about veterans and their perceptions of issues veterans face around the invisible wounds of war – post-traumatic stress (PTS) and traumatic brain injury (TBI).
Meet Joe, a post-9/11 veteran. We hope his story, drawn from the stories of many real service members, will help bridge the divide and better know our vets.
We can all take action now to better recognize, connect, and deliver high quality care.
Many organizations offer support for active duty members of the military, veterans, as well as their families.
This video series explores the invisible wounds servicemen and women face: traumatic brain injury and post-traumatic stress.
The Middle School Matters Field Guide is a collection of research-based principles, practices, and strategies deemed essential for middle school success. All recommendations are based on rigorous research conducted in the middle grades over the past 15 years and are designed to be used by middle school teachers and principals, administrators, school board members, parents, and other stakeholders and is updated and augmented to reflect the most current research.
This brief highlights limitations of district-level data on principals encountered during data collection for a study on principal preparation programs and describes the importance of improving the accuracy and availability of these data.
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