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Is Tenure Really Dying?
Is academic tenure in for major changes over the next decade?
Peter Jacobsen | September 22, 2022
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President Biden’s Student Loan Cancellation Scheme
Nobody needs a college degree to recognize President Biden's student loan cancellation scheme is a very bad fiscal policy.
Craig Eyermann | September 22, 2022
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School Shootings Make The Case For School Choice
The Uvalde shooting reflects starkly on our education system as a whole
Kevin Boyd | July 12, 2022
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CNN Slams Libertarian Children’s Books—Causing Sales to Surge
Outlets such as CNN may be opposed to libertarian content, but their opposition is good for business
Kerry McDonald | April 19, 2022
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How To Stop Subsidizing Stadiums: Follow the College Model
The “fundraiser” model for stadium expansion is becoming common among colleges seeking new accommodations for sporting events
Scott Beyer | April 14, 2022
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4 Positive Education Trends to End 2021
The exodus from government-run schooling continues
Kerry McDonald | January 18, 2022
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Many Schools Are Reverting to 2020’s COVID Playbook
It’s up to parents to ensure their children have the normal and free childhood they deserve
Kerry McDonald | January 13, 2022
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Why I Stopped Donating to Harvard, My Alma Mater
For the first time since graduation, I did not donate to either of my alma maters, Harvard or Bowdoin College. Here's why.
Kerry McDonald | December 9, 2021
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Virginian Parents: It’s The Children, Stupid
Virginians vote to protect their kids, not just their bank accounts.
Brady Leonard | December 8, 2021