We're often told European countries are better off thanks to big-government policies. So why is the U.S. beating France in many important ways?
"California is promoting an approach to math instruction that's likely to reduce opportunities for disadvantaged students," writes math professor Brian Conrad.
Teachers are citing West Virginia v. Barnette to protect their right not to be compelled to say something they disagree with.
In California, officials are pushing pension funds to divest from fossil fuels, firearms manufacturers, and tobacco companies. Red states are retaliating. This is madness.
Is this what equity looks like?
"I was born in Cuba, and it doesn't sound good when people are trying to achieve equal outcomes for everyone," said one parent.
The Supreme Court has agreed to hear 94-year-old Geraldine Tyler's case challenging home equity theft.
arguing against standing, even though the program is unlawful.
The issue is the result of a districtwide policy of de facto grade inflation.
Administrators at Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology reportedly hid top academic awards from students to not "hurt" the feelings of their classmates.
Local YIMBY advocates express concern that the tool, as written, is overly vague and could be exploited to stop development.
Prominent social psychologist and NYU professor calls the requirement “explicitly ideological.”
More universities than ever are now requiring lengthy DEI statements from job applicants. Is that good for academic freedom?
Tariffs are a regressive tax that have driven inflation higher and harm poorer families the most.
A 93-Year-Old Woman Couldn't Pay Her $2,300 Tax Bill. The Government Sold Her Home and Kept the Money.
"This is very bad for property rights."
"By phasing out these courses, all students will have access to an inclusive model of education."