President Obama’s new plan for free community college furthers Winograd’s initiative

On Friday, January 9, President Obama announced a new initiative to make community colleges tuition-free for students across the country. Modeled after Tennessee's free community college initiative, the program would help an estimated 9 million students a year to save an average of $3,800 a year. "Put simply, what I'd like to do is to see the first two years of community college free for everyone who's willing to work for it," said Obama in an online video. "It's something we can accomplish and something that will train our work force so we can compete with anyone in the world." Senior…

Millennials could upend corporate America, says study by senior fellow Morley Winograd

"As Millennials become an increasingly large share of the adult population and gather more and more wealth, the generation's size and unity of belief will cause seismic shifts in the nation's financial sector," writes senior fellow Morley Winograd in a new study he co-authored with Michael Hais. Titled "How Millennials Could Upend Wall Street and Corporate America", the paper was published by The Brookings Institution and featured in The Wall Street Journal. Drawing from many different surveys and analyses, Winograd and Hais paint a picture of the generational changes that are gradually shaping America's future: "By 2020, Millennials will comprise…

Occupy movement mirrors Millenial Generation

CCLP Senior Fellow Morley Winograd and Michael D. Hais co-authors of the newly published "Millennial Momentum: How a New Generation is Remaking America" suggest the Occupy Movement has a lot to learn from the organizational characteristics of the Millennial Generation. Read more about how this new generation's characteristics are shaping public policy here….

With the Defeat of SOPA, Millenials Come of Political Age

In their new book, Millennial Momentum, CCLP Senior fellow Morley Winograd and Mike Hais documented the growing power of the generation of young Americans who will replace the Baby Boomers as the driving force in American politics for the next generation. U.S. News & World Report highlights the importance of the Millennial Momentum's power with the recent defeat of SOPA. Read the full article here….

Winograd in USA Today – 2012 Election

USA Today published an article citing Senior Fellow Morley Winograd and co-author Mike Hais about the 2012 presidential election. Winograd postulates that Obama will not be able to rely on the young constituents who helped to put him in the White House, due the tumultuous year Obama has faced against his opponents in the House and Senate….

Winograd in NYT – Suburban Hip

In an article in the New York Times, research by senior fellow Morley Winograd is cited for the urban and suburban sprawl of the millennial generation as they age. According to his and co-author, Michael Hais' research, 43 percent of Millennials describe suburbs as their "ideal place to live," compared with just 31 percent of older generations. (An additional article citing the work of Winograd and Hais can be found on KCET.)…