Arthur Brooks explains why being grateful is a rebellious act that can help you live a happier and more fulfilling life.
Obama deserves real credit for speaking up for those old ideas. If he’s serious about them, he should direct his Education Department to stop undermining them.
If we define the problem as student loan debt, that leads to one set of policies that tend to overlook the sector’s fundamental quality problems. But if we define this as a crisis of value, then we must pursue a policy agenda that changes incentives.
The ISIS attacks in Paris mark a step-change in the threat that group poses to the West. The following things to do and things not to do are the correct next steps for ensuring our security.
Taking and reading polls is more of an art than a science
A new study found that some of our poverty statistics overstate the number of Americans in poverty. Rachidi explains why this matters for policy.
Arthur Brooks explains why academia’s lack of political diversity is hypocritical and a cause of sub-par research.
Exploring the family foundations and the role of changing family structures is key to fostering sustainable growth.
It’s time to replace political ritual with a practical exploration of how we got these NAEP scores and, most importantly, how the NAEP data can guide our math and reading education.
Some takeaways from AEI scholars on the GOP’s “Your Money, Your Vote” debate in Boulder, Colorado.