Superior Education with Reduced Government Control

At the heart of the ongoing hot debate over school choice is the question of how involved government should be in K-12 education. The...

West Virginia Approves First Two Online Charter Schools

(The Center Square) – West Virginia will have its first two online charter schools now that the education institutions received approval from the West...

Other Countries Have Low-Cost Private Education, Why Don’t We?

The words low-cost and private education seem antithetical. With the cost of tuition averaging nearly $12,000 per year, private education is financially out of reach for...

Opinion: Schools Should Focus on Their Core Responsibilities

There’s been a lot of sound and fury emanating lately from our nation’s schools and school board meetings. Many educators appear preoccupied with critical...

FBI Deployed to Defend Radical School Boards, Report Confirms

An FBI whistleblower provided details about the tracking of parents using counterterrorism tools, contradicting U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland’s sworn testimony before Congress, Republicans...

FBI ‘Tagging’ Parents Fuels Debate over School Boards, Parental Rights

(The Center Square) – The FBI has sparked nationwide controversy after a report emerged showing that the federal law enforcement agency has been “tagging”...

Ohio House passes bill to reduce gun-training time needed to arm teachers

(The Center Square) – Ohio school districts wanting to arm teachers could have requirements reduced from more than 700 hours of gun training to a...

Report: Arizona School-Choice Measures Saved Taxpayers $1.2 Billion Dollars

(The Center Square) – Arizona’s Empowerment Scholarship Account program has saved taxpayers more than $1 billion and as much as $3.2 billion, according to...

Wisconsin Legislators Claim State’s School Report Cards Fudge Numbers

(The Center Square) – There is growing pushback to the claim that 95% of school districts in Wisconsin are passing according to the latest...

Missouri Sen. Josh Hawley, Show-Me Institute Publish Parents’ Bill of Rights

(The Center Square) – Missouri Republican U.S. Senator Josh Hawley and the Show-Me Institute each revealed on Tuesday their “Parents’ Bill of Rights.” Earlier this...

Are Social Science Students Learning the Right Skills to Analyze Data?

Last year, Forbes published a headline, “Americans rank a Google internship over a Harvard degree.” It seems higher education is quickly losing hold of its value...

First Three Charter Schools in West Virginia Win Approval

(The Center Square) – West Virginia will have its first three charter schools beginning in next school year after approval from the West Virginia...

Incentives for Higher Spending Raise College Costs

By George Leef The most striking fact about American colleges and universities over the last fifty years is how rapidly the cost of attending has...

Kentucky Attorney General Appeals Ruling Against Education Tax Credits to State Supreme Court

(The Center Square) – Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron and a nonprofit law firm that backs school-choice measures have asked the state’s Supreme Court...

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S.T. Karnick is the director of publications, a research fellow for The Heartland Institute, and the managing editor of Budget & Tax News.