Teachers Unions’ Donations To Democrats Increased Amid Pandemic, School Closures

By Thomas Catenacci The largest U.S. teachers unions increased contributions to mainly Democratic politicians in 2020 amid a heated national debate over when to reopen...

The Peculiar Institution of Higher Education

By Victor Davis Hanson Nothing is now stranger than the contemporary college campus. Not too long ago, Americans used to idolize their universities. Indeed, in science,...

Biden Promotes ‘Free’ Community College for Americans, ‘Dreamers’

By Casey Harper (The Center Square) – President Joe Biden touted a key part of his education initiative Monday, pushing for two years of free...

Southern California Parents Secure Major Victory over Teachers Union

By Chantal Lovell Students in the Desert Sands Unified School District will get to return to school four days a week after parent protests forced...

Connecticut Lawmakers Plan to End Religious Exemptions for School Vaccines

By Catherine Smith The Connecticut State Senate authorized a bill Tuesday evening to end a religious exemption from mandatory school vaccinations after 9 hours of...

Texas Public Schools to Receive Additional $11.2 Billion in Federal Stimulus Funding

Texas public schools will receive an additional $11.2 billion in federal funding, Gov. Greg Abbott announced Wednesday. The money comes from federal stimulus funds...

Survey: ‘Troubling’ Freedom of Association, Speech Concerns on U.S. College Campuses

A newly released survey of students at more than 500 colleges and universities who belong to Greek-letter fraternities and sororities found that the majority don’t...

New Rule Could Prioritize Grants for Critical Race Theory

By Sarah Weaver Sixty-seven years after Brown v. Board of Education, Americans are forced to fight the battle against the racialization of education all over again. Ever...

A Roadmap for Improving American Civic Education

By Mike Sabo “American civic education should teach students how to be citizens” and help them find their place both in the “country and in...

Survey: ‘Troubling’ Freedom of Association, Speech Concerns on U.S. College Campuses

By Bethany Blankley (The Center Square) – A newly released survey of students at over 500 colleges and universities who belong to Greek-letter fraternities and sororities found...

AB 1316 Aims to Destroy Charter Schools

By Edward Ring Back in 2019, facing a barrage of legislation that threatened to destroy their institutions, advocates for charter schools reached a “compromise” agreement...

Public Calls for Change As California Loses Population in Wake of Destructive Education, Economic Policies

(California Policy Center)—For the first time since the state's founding, population shifts resulted in California losing a seat in the U.S. House of Representatives...

California Teachers, School Staff Receive Bumps in Pay as Campuses Reopen

By Diana Lambert (EdSource) — Some California teachers and school staff are receiving bonuses, salary increases and stipends as part of union agreements with school district...

Nebraska’s Education Choice Opportunity

By Jason Bedrick and Lindsey Burke At first glance, Nebraska’s K-12 education system seems to be doing fairly well. On the fourth- and eighth-grade math...

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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.