A new tax credit scholarship program comes about due to a perfect storm of politics, budget crises, a politically savvy cardinal, and patient philanthropy.
We know that a handful of school choice programs as a whole worsened achievement but improved graduation rates. What we don’t know is whether there was a similar mismatch at the school level.
Have the President’s policies helped or harmed U.S. students?
Georgia Tech’s online version of elite master’s degree in computer science fills gap in higher ed market
On April 25, 2018 at 1:30 PM, the Hoover Institution, the Fordham Institute, and Education Next will host a panel discussion on the progress ed reform has made since the 1980s and what the latest NAEP scores suggest about America’s future.
New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss efforts to bring education savings accounts and full-day kindergarten to his state.