Join us at AEI for a conversation with 43rd Governor of Florida Jeb Bush and a panel of experts on education savings accounts, educational opportunity, and the future of new and innovative forms of learning in and outside American schools.
Instead of framing the disagreement with India as a legitimate dispute, Beijing has chosen to dismiss or mock New Delhi’s concerns that Chinese road-building on the Doklam plateau, claimed by both China and the Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan, changes the status quo in a way that India cannot afford to ignore.
The School District of Philadelphia has adopted the workings of an effective system, but it has merely reinforced the status quo of rating almost every teacher as effective.
The School District of Philadelphia has little to show for its efforts to reform its education system.
The underlying philosophy of net neutrality is a nice sounding idea, but an experience in the wilderness shows that data prioritization could be a useful and necessary tool.
Following criticism for his responses to the Charlottesville violence, President Trump is looking to accomplish his campaign promise of a massive infrastructure bill. Experts discuss the challenges the administration has faced in pursuing its legislative goals since the beginning of Trump’s presidency.
There are very few win-win propositions with either the federal budget or with Puerto Rico’s perilous economic recovery. Medicare tourism could be one of them.
Corporate America has been too cautious about criticizing the Trump administration.
How can education reformers constructively address the inequities surrounding race in education without alienating people?
Following the latest op-ed from Secretary of Defense James Mattis and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, experts discuss the probability of war with North Korea. Some disagree with the Trump administration’s apparent willingness to negotiate with the Kim regime. In addition, with new sanctions against Iran, experts weigh the future of Iran’s nuclear program.
The South has and deserves its pride, but it ought not center it on the most shameful moment in its history. The Confederate statues and the flags should come down.