They're sure as hell trying.
"The push for college came at the expense of every other form of education," says Mike Rowe.
Punishing players for kneeling, or not kneeling, is a First Amendment violation at public universities.
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Unresponsive government institutions fuel state-level measures to help parents and children pick learning models that suit them.
Leveling that grave accusation at every aspect of American life will produce disengagement, alienation, and reaction.
An Elite Public High School Changed Its Admissions Standards To Reduce the Asian-American Student Population
In the name of helping racial minorities, officials are adopting a plan that would boost whites at the expense of Asian Americans.
Giving kids more educational options would help produce the long-term change activists want.
Kentucky is now the 28th state with some form of school choice.
The government has pocketed millions of dollars from immigrants who came to the U.S. legally—and has refused to pay them back.
Gov. Andy Beshear blocked a bill that would have allowed families to cross district lines in pursuit of better schools.
Not only are more families picking alternatives to public schools but, by and large, they like them.
Even after the massive Biden stimulus, union head honcho Randi Weingarten complains that schools don't have the resources or ability to fully reopen.
School closures are the best thing to happen to educational choice.
Public schools can barely teach kids at all, but their defenders don’t want you trying alternatives.
The jury is still out about whether broad parental subsidies improve outcomes for children
The rest of us are out of luck.
Abusive teachers’ unions and floundering bureaucrats make do-it-yourself education pretty attractive.
A new documentary and forthcoming biography pay tribute to the economist's intellectual fearlessness and commitment to empirical research.
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The silver lining to disastrous education lockdowns? A massive increase in support for all sorts of student-centered reforms.
The pandemic, says Reason Foundation's Corey A. DeAngelis, is finally forcing districts to put students ahead of teachers and bureaucrats.
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When the feds failed to track COVID-19, Emily Oster stepped in.
Black families need control of their children's K-12 education, says the Minnesota activist. The past year's lockdowns might just make that happen.
There’s no reason to fight over the content of your kids’ lessons when you can choose your own.
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Making it easier for families to fund their preferred education options will be a lot more effective than throwing a big bribe to teachers unions.
Remote learning continues to be the norm for more than three out of four New York City public school students.
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The United States was virtually alone in keeping schools closed this fall. As a result, public education—and cities—may never look the same.
A year into the pandemic, politicians still have not digested the dangers of careless public health measures.
Even as the pandemic has exposed the desperate need for disruptions to the calcified public school system, Congress just voted to restrict some of the very creativity that's sorely needed.
Pandemic chaos is driving families to flee government institutions in search of education that better suits their needs.
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Kids need more space to explore weird pastimes and obsessions.
"Keeping kids out of the classroom will make recovering from the pandemic harder in the long term."
Legally, he might be able to do it. Fiscally, he shouldn’t.