Tag: Education
Pandemic “Learning Loss” Actually Reveals More About Schooling Than Learning
The alleged "learning loss" now being exposed is more reflective of the nature of forced schooling rather than how children actually learn.
The Research Interests of Academic Economists: Part II
The Research Interests of Academic Economists, Part I
Proposal Aims to Bolster Student Privacy in California
Is Federal COVID Aid Setting Schools Up to Fail?
To Mask, Or Not? A State of Resistance
To Mask, Or Not? Should I Yield to Authoritarians Who Resist Authority?
Is State Democratic Party Chair Candidate Eastin a “Champion for Education”?
After Years of Flat Scores, Idaho Considers Dropping Common Core
When Did Parents and Students Lose Freedom of Choice?
Is Our Defense of Florida’s New K-12 Standards Biased? Fordham Institute Should Look in the Mirror
Better than Common Core: Florida’s New K-12 Standards Raise the Bar, Says New Report
California’s Anti-School Tax Revolt
Miss Virginia and the Political Realities of Public-School Reform
Outgoing University of California President Janet Napolitano Was More Politician than Educator
The “Right” to “Free” Health Care and Education: A Brief History
Public School Spending: More Isn’t Necessarily Better
Wisconsin Choice Schools Deliver Better Achievement for Less Money
Child Safety Accounts Would Protect School Children in Washington, DC
Honoring the Emancipation Proclamation with Educational Freedom
Identity Groups: Am I Eligible for This Award?
Polarizing Ideology
National Employee Freedom Week
California Parents Need Educational Choices, Not Court Battles
Growing Public Employee Benefits to Force School Cuts

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