Join AEI on Wednesday, September 27, as Daniel Koretz discusses his new book, “The Testing Charade: Pretending to Make Schools Better” (University of Chicago Press, 2017), and an expert panel debates the merits of high-stakes testing.
A range of experts will outline the most pressing challenges facing Europe today and offer political, economic, and foreign policy solutions.
Many have long suspected that Millennials are a generation of “snowflakes” afraid of words they disagree with. Now, sadly, we have the data to prove it — and good reason to fear for the day when they run our country.
In sum, Graham-Cassidy signifies a departure from previous GOP health plans by placing a heavy emphasis on converting federal ACA spending into flexible state block grants. The plan includes several moving parts and would benefit from additional time to discuss its merits and shortcomings.
Theresa May’s speech had the real merit of pushing against the utopian thinking that has characterized the British discussion of Brexit to date, and offered a more measured, reality-based approach.
AEI’s decades-long work on fundamental tax reform has sought a tax system that produces growth and is fair.
That Donald Trump and the Washington establishment unite in exalting state sovereignty suggests how far we have strayed from our natural and desirable national course. For the celebration of sovereignty will not make America great again; it will instead make America less exceptional, no greater than any other state.
Kurdistan might vote on independence from Iraq on September 25th, 2017. What will it mean for the Middle East and the United States?
A new report from the Mississippi Department of Education has laid bare the unacceptable conditions facing students in Jackson and outlined clearly the need for change.
A government watchdog takes the Department of Education to task for not updating financial-responsibility measures since 1997.
If we’re going to refashion a 19th-century model of schooling for the 21st century (and I think we need to), how we go about it will be at least as important as what we try to do.