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Meet the Millions of “Overlooked” Students in the US
Hybrid schools may be able to meet the needs of many of the millions of students exiting or seeking exit from their school system
Eric Wearne | November 24, 2021
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You Don’t Need Qualifications to Homeschool Your Kids
If you can do these three simple things, you’re already qualified to be a homeschooling parent
Hannah Frankman | November 15, 2021
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Don’t Envy Rihanna’s Billion Dollar Empire. Celebrate It!
Rihanna’s rise from a poor immigrant from Barbados to global star to billionaire entrepreneur reveals the enduring power and reality of the American Dream
Jon Miltimore | August 11, 2021
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California COVID-19 Policies Are Still Hurting Students
Students should have been the first group of Americans allowed to return to regular behavior, so why are restrictions still in place?
Conor Norris | July 6, 2021
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Why Do Colleges Seem to Dislike Men?
The tale of the disappearing collegiate male
Richard Vedder | June 29, 2021
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How Equity Breeds Mediocrity and Stifles Achievement
By disincentivizing academic success the pursuit of equity rewards failure
Kevin Boyd | May 25, 2021
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Young Students Continue to Suffer from School Closures
The effects of school closures are felt most by the children across the nation
Michael Huling | April 14, 2021
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L.A. Teachers Reopen Schools for Childcare Subsidy
The demand by the Los Angeles teachers union to supply teachers with taxpayer-funded child care subsidies is part of an ongoing effort by unions to influence public policy
Kerry McDonald | April 11, 2021
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Woke Educators Declare Objective Math White Supremacy
Here’s how parents can push back on the alarming ideology that’s infecting our children’s classrooms
Kerry McDonald | March 15, 2021