Marilyn’s vision, counsel, and generosity transformed AEI’s work and community, and was of great service to our nation. We will miss her and offer our condolences to her family and many friends.
College students are unhappy. Given the unrest over the past semester across many college and university campuses around the country, such a statement should surprise no one.
Proponents of school choice generally champion charter schools as a way to expand the education options available to families. But, for a host of policy and practical reasons, charters may not always be a the right reform for a rural community.
The definition of tax reform requires there to be a few winners and losers on the individual side. The middle class will be affected by a relatively small degree, however, the changes will be complex for higher-income individuals.
The Nehru-Gandhi dynasty has stayed close to or at the summit of Indian politics for nearly 100 years. But for the 47-year-old Mr. Gandhi—the son, grandson and great-grandson of prime ministers—the path to power appears increasingly steep.
The current tax code’s income-based phase-outs violate basic principles of tax transparency by triggering hidden increases in taxpayers’ marginal tax rates. The tax reform conference should seize this historic opportunity to remove these stealth rate hikes from the tax code.
Progressive education experts don’t seem to care that the policies they advocate are hurting the students who need the most help.
I’m often struck by just how massive the divide between educators and education reformers has become. I think both sides bear some of the blame for this, and that both can do much more to bridge it.
A proposal to spread the government-funded broadband model to the mobile market is facing opposition in New Zealand, and one has to hope that the same pragmatic rationale prevails in the US as well.
In light of today’s FCC vote, here’s some excerpts from my talk with Brent Skorup earlier this year on net neutrality, Title II, and what today’s vote is likely to mean.