President Obama may have spoken warmly about charter schools but don’t expect his administration to do anything to aid them anytime soon.
Monthly Archives For April 2013
A Wharton School economist went a long way towards diagnosing the causes of the explosion in federal disability insurance costs but couldn’t quite bring himself to go the distance.
A professor from a Lutheran college offers an interpretation of the crises affecting American families that is not frequently heard: Children need both parents.
An African-American sociologist recently offered a diagnosis of America’s first African-American president.
“Social Justice” is a term widely evoked, especially academically, but seldom examined.
“It pollutes our discourse with self-congratulation and self-flagellation at the same time.”—Bill McClay of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga on “social justice” as currently defined.
“The lesson of the Left’s sustained commitment to ‘social justice’ is that sustained commitment to a message, no matter how flawed, will eventually win out.”—Samuel Gregg of the Acton Institute at the Philadelphia Society meeting…
Parents, students and taxpayers ultimately footing the bill for the epic cost of college should have buyers’ remorse.
Vouchers that allow public school students to attend private schools may be stalled in the United States but they are gaining ground internationally.
Higher Education may be on the downward slide to oblivion but its proprietors haven’t quite entertained that prospect yet.