Tag: Education
Outgoing University of California President Janet Napolitano Was More Politician than Educator

If students, parents, and taxpayers see Janet Napolitano’s departure as long overdue, it would be hard to blame them. 

The “Right” to “Free” Health Care and Education: A Brief History

The “rights” to “free” education and medical service come from the 1936 Constitution of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics.

Public School Spending: More Isn’t Necessarily Better

When it comes to providing quality education, money matters. But simply spending more doesn’t necessarily mean better quality education.

Wisconsin Choice Schools Deliver Better Achievement for Less Money

Private schools and independent public charter schools are more productive than district public schools, according to a new report.

Child Safety Accounts Would Protect School Children in Washington, DC

Thousands of Washington, DC public-school students could soon be a whole lot safer at school thanks to new legislation being considered in Congress.

Honoring the Emancipation Proclamation with Educational Freedom

Full and unfettered parental control over the education and upbringing of their children is the ultimate exercise of freedom.

Identity Groups: Am I Eligible for This Award?

Diversity of ideas should be considered when discussing “diversity”.

Polarizing Ideology

With polarization has come intolerance: people abandon their friends and family when they seem to have the wrong political views.

National Employee Freedom Week

National effort to inform union members of their opt-out rights.

California Parents Need Educational Choices, Not Court Battles

Expanding education options through education savings accounts would help students and taxpayers alike.

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