Shapiro Should Follow Tennessee’s Lead on Dealing with Unions

Pennsylvania's incoming governor should follow Tennessee's lead when it comes to dealing with unions, a labor policy analyst in Pennsylvania says  Originally published in RealClearPennsylvania After...

Medical Student Describes Pressured to Go Woke – Interview

I came forward because I know how bad things have gotten in medical schools with the woke agenda and that if we are to save the future of healthcare in America truly then the physicians and others who are trying to promote freedom in our healthcare system must recognize the importance of reaching medical students who ARE the future of our healthcare.

College Enrollment Is Declining, but Transfers to HBCUs Are Up

College enrollment is declining, but transfers to Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) rose, reports Paideia Times. College Enrollment Keeps Falling Colleges and universities nationwide continue...

Academics Debate Purpose as Young Forgo College

Academics debate purpose of higher education as young people increasingly pass on a college education, reports Paideia Times. Purpose of Higher Education? What is the purpose...

Here’s Why Top U.S. Universities May Be Pulling Out Of High-Profile Ranking System

Top law school universities may be pulling out of one of the most high-profile ranking systems in order to drop standardized testing requirements and...

The Biden Administration Will Extend Student Loan Payment Pause

The Biden administration extended the student loan repayment pause to until the end of June 2023 while the administration’s student loan forgiveness plan is...

American Bar Association Votes to Eliminate LSAT for 2025 Application Cycle

(Campus Reform) -- The American Bar Association (ABA) voted to eliminate the LSAT requirement for law school applicants. The change, approved by the Council of...

Pennsylvania Charter Enrollment Up 12%; Public Enrollment Down 3%

(The Center Square) – Since the pandemic began, Pennsylvania's public charter school enrollment has gone up by almost 12% as parents have chosen to...

Sand: School Choice Tremors

Sand: School choice tremors were felt across the country in local, state, and federal elections, as candidates won despite the opposition of teachers unions.   The...

Parental Rights Candidate Wins Loudoun School Board Race, Signals Changes on Board

(The Center Square) – A parental rights candidate who narrowly secured a spot on the Loudoun County School Board could influence how the school...

Another Revision for Virginia’s History Standards from State’s Education Department

(The Center Square) – As Virginia officials continue to debate changes to the history standards in the public education curriculum, the state's Board of...

Corporations Undermine Anti-Discrimination Efforts (Commentary)

Corporations undermine anti-discrimination efforts by supporting discrimination based on superficial characteristics, writes Scott Shepard. (Commentary) More than 60 corporations signed on to an amicus brief in the U.S. Supreme...

More Than 1,000 Professors Sign on to ‘Stanford Academic Freedom Declaration’

Professors across the country have signed the “Stanford Academic Freedom Declaration” that calls on universities to restore free speech, academic freedom and institutional neutrality.

Illinois Tax Credit Scholarship Program Is Expiring

Illinois tax credit scholarship program Invest In Kids is expiring, and parents are lobbying legislators to make it permanent. (The Center Square) – Parents of...

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S. T. Karnick is a senior fellow and director of publications for The Heartland Institute, where he edits Heartland Daily News.