Veteran educator Tony Wagner argues that American schools, both public and private have missed the mark when it comes to teaching our children the survival skills needed for gainful employment.
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Brookings Institution experts met recently to discuss the President-elect’s public policy stance on climate change and the current global economic crisis that challenges the very viability of the nation. They also want to bring the Fairness Doctrine to radio broadcasting.
As pundits everywhere Monday-morning-quarterback the presidential election, the pre-game analysis of at least one analyst gives a startlingly accurate picture of what came to pass.
The American Enterprise Institute hosted its annual review of the U.S. Supreme Court’s 2007-2008 October term recently, discussing the regulatory framework of prime business cases, which make up the bulk of the Court’s civil lawsuits.
One representative from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid services said that despite having the option of a low government-formulated plan, Medicare recipients are willing to pay more for better benefits.
Tom Loveless presented information as to what might be causing the advanced eighth-grade algebra students to fall below national proficiency standards.
With the 2008 Presidential Election drawing near to a close, political think tanks are proposing new election laws to deter election fraud and to prepare the state and federal governments in guiding an election during a time of catastrophe.
In this year’s vice-presidential debate, millions of Americans got to see U. S. Sen. Joseph Biden, D-Del., explain what he is looking for in a Supreme Court Justice.
The Heritage Foundation hosted an event recently to discuss the book’s premise, which shows Christian values as the woven fabric of American culture and societies during its fruitful beginnings, while questioning America’s moral decline over the years.
William Owens, Jr., argues that voting Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.) into the presidency could prove disastrous, if not a curse to the dream of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and to the progress of Black Americans.