Like politicians of every age, both Republicans and Democrats have for decades complained about government overspending when out of office, only to resume rewarding their
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In the United States, the interest groups most strongly associated with neo-Marxist ideas would have been forced to operate more efficiently long ago, had they
The argument for school choice—letting parents decide how to spend the public money allocated for their child’s education—has until now rested on two well-documented findings.
A recently released school reform study in New Jersey promises timely fiscal as well as educational benefits, and not just for the Garden State. Some
One of the most striking cultural developments to come out of the COVID pandemic is the greater willingness of families to experiment with alternative schooling.