AEI’s Andrew P. Kelly, College Board’s Jessica Howell, and Seton Hall University’s Carolyn Sattin-Bajaj host a major research conference that explores college match, featuring eight new studies and analyses.
Putin’s strategic direction may be traced by marking the evolution of domestic imperatives—economic, ideological, political—that have molded his behavior and will almost certainly continue to do so.
The widening gap in civil-military relations is almost entirely due to changes on the civilian side of the equation. The more the plague of political correctness divides the rest of us into ever-smaller tribes, the more the military tribe will see itself as unique and—dangerously—uniquely virtuous.
Revisions to the portrayal of Reagan’s domestic and foreign affairs in the AP US History framework now give conservatism a seat at the table. It’s not that conservatism has a leg up on liberalism; it’s that the College Board is now telling a more complete, less biased story.
In “The Conservative Heart,” AEI President Arthur C. Brooks encourages conservative leaders to break their “bad habits.”
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The College Board’s new framework is not just better than the atrocious version released last year — it’s good in its own right.
Relations between Russia and China, even over economic ties that should benefit both, will be tense at the best of times.
Conservative policymakers have been an important check on spending, but have largely failed to enunciate their own higher education agenda. An alternative vision should create space for new postsecondary options and ideas, not just address the amount of funding.
Is climate change necessarily bad for mankind?
Many low- and moderate-income occupations have greater average licensure burdens than EMTs, including interior designers, barbers, cosmetologists, and manicurists.