US policymakers and business leaders have long expressed admiration for Europe’s apprenticeship systems. So can European apprenticeship practices be transplanted to the US?
They say nothing is certain in life except for death and taxes. At this point, we might add Obamacare lawsuits to that list.
With President Evo Morales on the cusp of maneuvering to win yet another election, it may be too late to reverse Bolivia’s democratic backsliding.
Revolutionaries such as Castro come to power promising to create a heaven on earth, but such socialist paradises are always one-size-fits-all affairs, ultimately banning the right to be wrong as those in power define it.
As technology advances, there will be no hiding from surveillance. What we should instead fight for is transparency: the watchers must feel just as exposed as the watched.
AEI’s Karlyn Bowman points to recent polls that reveal a less-than-positive view of Nancy Pelosi in the eyes of Americans and rank-and-file Democrats.
Something is going very wrong with the US administration’s effort to reduce the US trade deficit, a principal objective of President Donald Trump’s ‘America first’ program.
If the GOP wants to help their political prospects, not to mention America’s economic prospects, they could begin by helping Silicon Valley create more success stories like Google.
There are no simple either-or propositions in the labor market future. Our policies and programs should reflect that reality.
Seton Education Partners supports blended learning in 14 urban Catholic schools and operates three virtue-based charter schools in the South Bronx. Seton’s co-founder Stephanie Saroki de Garcia and I recently talked about why blended learning matters and how Seton works to revitalize urban Catholic education.
In a development those who care about IP should cheer, India is beginning to recognize the value of protecting creative content as Bollywood churns out movies that are increasingly popular worldwide.