Charles Murray has a few problems with the United States’ current educational policy.
Airing a new book which purports to think outside the policy box, Joseph V. Kennedy, author of Ending Poverty, explained his solution to the problem of American poverty.
A new book called Men to Boys by history professor Gary Cross, compares the current generation of young men with the post-World War II generation, and children raised in the 1960s.
Nondescript is not what you will consider The Health Care Delivery System : A Blueprint for Reform, a book co-authored by both CAP and the Institute on Medicine as a Profession.
According to Nicholas Eberstadt, an American Enterprise Institute scholar, journalists and policy makers will likely find that next year’s census report poverty statistics are arbitrary to the true economic state of America’s poorest citizens.
A lie here, a lie there, and yet some other lie elsewhere. Now, though, author Michael Medved has put them all together in a ten-point summary in his new book.
How do you look at what is happening on college campuses today and not find a left-wing bias? You interview professors and ask them if there is one.
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.
Dr. Stanley Fish’s new work takes a controversial stance towards the purpose of higher education.
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.