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US policymakers and business leaders have long expressed admiration for Europe’s apprenticeship systems. So can European apprenticeship practices be transplanted to the US?

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education reform

In her new novel, Adequate Yearly Progress, Roxanna Elden offers a droll take on the posturing and cheerful self-deception that plagues 21st century American schooling.

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Please join AEI for a special event with US Agency for International Development Administrator Mark Green, marking the launch of the agency’s new private-sector engagement policy, which calls on the agency and its partners to collaborate with the private sector and seek market-based approaches.

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I am not arguing for impeaching Trump based on what we know now. I am arguing that we’ve lost anything remotely like a moral consensus in this country because legalism has crowded out morality.

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The FCC’s decision to classify SMS messages as an information service is a win for consumers and the competitive messaging market, and the FTC is well-equipped to continue oversight moving forward.

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better health care

States have little interest in verifying eligibility for programs paid for with federal dollars, so the federal government must intervene to restore some integrity to SNAP and Medicaid.

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Is Scissors correct that the US-China relationship is about to permanently shrink? And if so, how will this change affect the global order? A symposium of economists responds.

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Supporters have set high expectations, but previous initiatives along these lines have delivered mixed results at best.

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The political moves in Wisconsin and Michigan aren’t new and in some ways they reopen the debate that was settled in Marbury vs. Madison. Experts discuss the seminal Supreme Court case, court packing, and judicial appointments made by the outgoing party.

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Is South Korea on a path to limit freedoms? Or is this all just politics as usual in a democracy with different rules from our own?

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Although China does not want to usurp the United States’ position as the leader of a global order, its actual aim is nearly as consequential.

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President Trump clashed with Democrats over funding for his proposed border wall. Experts discuss the likelihood of a government shutdown if he doesn’t received adequate funding for the wall.

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In the 2018 midterms, teacher candidates in the walkout states were uniformly supportive of more school spending. Beyond that, it’s not clear that there was a broader “teacher agenda.”

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