The American Enterprise Institute (AEI) recently asked strategically located scholars to assess No Child Left Behind in California, New Jersey, and Colorado.
Monthly Archives For December 2006
Georgetown has hired widely known lecturers with as much teaching experience as outgoing UN Ambassador John Bolton but they have mostly been former Democratic office holders or political appointees in Democratic presidential administrations.
You would think that a policy that both liberals and conservatives find abhorrent would cease to exist.
Public school parents might be less than assured when they hear about the clarity with which the federal government defines safety under the No Child Left Behind law.
AIA executive director Mal Kline’s hairline leaves left-wing bloggers fractured.
Believe it or not, there is a trio of trends in higher education that both left- and right-wing critics of academe are alarmed by.
North Carolina’s public school problems may not be as local as you think.
Public school officials are spending more time fighting the symbols of Christmas than they ever have actually observing the holiday.
There is a growing movement to ban cupcakes in schools as a way of promoting good nutrition and fighting childhood obesity.
Most data show that racial preferences do not improve the lives of black students on their own campuses yet educrats cling to affirmative action as though it were a religious relic.