Senator Lamar Alexander, Chairman of the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions, will deliver a keynote address on higher education reform, followed by a discussion addressing the opportunities for and obstacles to change.
With a better understanding of how to avoid particular situations, a student’s chance of experiencing assault can be diminished.
Several education policy experts discuss the results of the Friedman Foundation for Educational Choice’s annual Schooling in America Survey.
As private school choice moves into a new era, there are three unresolved tensions that I think will shape the next five to 10 years. Understanding them will be key to understanding the landscape of private school choice going forward.
Striking differences exist between competency-based and traditional higher education programs in how students are recruited, admissions and credit transfer policies, how credits are earned, and interactions with peers and faculty.
The Colorado supreme court recently struck down Douglas County’s one-of-a-kind voucher program and the ruling will trigger an appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court that has dramatic First Amendment implications and has every chance of turbo-charging the growth of school-voucher programs.
Rick Hess discusses what the Supreme Court’s gay-marriage ruling could mean for K-12 education.
Everybody wins — almost. Nevada students not enrolled in public schools are ineligible for new Education Savings Accounts.
College Board’s revised AP History framework is at the forefront of this summer’s debate. Opponents charge it heavily focuses on a narrative of successive American depravity and injustice.
Rick Hess offers three key takeaways from AEI’s research conference, “The state of entrepreneurship in K-12 education.”
AEI scholars and education experts offer their vision for a compelling and comprehensive education platform, designed to assist presidential candidates in their approach to education issues.