Gov. Wolf’s Education Funding Claims are False. Here’s the Truth

By Marc LeBlond Last week, Gov. Tom Wolf held a press conference on the Capitol steps capping off a more than four-month campaign to promote drastically increasing...

Public Schools Gush Over Equality but Neglect Poor Kids, Students of Color

By Dave Trabert School boards across the nation are gushing over their devotion to equality and their determination to stamp out racism, but until they...

Black Mom: Critical Race Theory Is False ‘Unless You Believe That Whites Are Better Than Blacks’

Editor’s note: Keisha King, a member of Moms for Liberty and a mother of two in Florida, delivered these remarks Thursday to the state...

Despite New Statewide Ban, at Least 12 Texas Colleges Teach ‘Critical Race Theory’

By Bethany Blankley (The Center Square) – Although the Texas legislature passed a bill to ban teaching “Critical Race Theory” concepts in Texas K-12 public...

School-Choice Advocates Applaud Ohio Senate’s Budget Plan

By J.D. Davidson (The Center Square) – School-choice advocates are calling the recently passed Ohio Senate budget proposal as a step in the direction toward...

Michigan Senate Passes $4.38 Billion Federally Funded School Aid Fund Bill

By Bruce Walker (The Center Square) – The Michigan State Senate passed a School Aid Funding supplemental appropriations bill. The entire $4.38 billion sum approved by...

DeSantis Signs Bill Requiring Schools To Hold Daily Moments Of Silence

By Steven Hall Florida Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis signed a bill Tuesday requiring public schools to offer a moment of silence for students. HB 529, which...

Florida Bans Critical Race Theory in Public Schools

Florida public schools are not allowed to teach critical race theory, under new rules Florida’s board of education adopted to shield children from the...

Promotions at University of Illinois Might Depend on Professors’ Devotion to DEI

By Jessica Custodio The University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign could start considering faculty members’ devotion to “diversity, equity, and inclusion” when offering promotions. The Office of the...

Michigan Families Flock to Charter Schools During COVID

By Ben DeGrow Thirty years ago today, Minnesota broke ground by adopting the nation’s first charter school law. Today more than three million students across the nation —...

Governor Overshoots Demand for State-Funded Pre-K

By Ben DeGrow With the state flush in new tax dollars, Michigan’s chief executive has called for a dramatic hike in preschool spending. But the...

VIDEO: 1776 Commission Vice-Chair Sounds the Alarm on Teaching Revisionist History in Schools

By Ophelie Jacobson In September of 2020, former President Donald Trump formed the 1776 Commission in an effort to promote patriotic education in American schools....

Gates Foundation Funds Brown University’s K-12 Tutoring Initiative that Presses ‘Implicit Bias,’ ‘Systemic Racism,’ ‘Privilege’

By Ben Zeisloft The Gates Foundation gave Brown University nearly $1 million to fund a tutoring program embracing the concepts of “implicit bias,” “systemic racism,”...

Bonkers on the Bay

By Larry Sand Once known for its scenic beauty and cultural attractions, San Francisco in recent years has acquired a less picturesque image as a...

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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.