How American universities can promote innovation: My long-read Q&A with Korok Ray

A key component of America’s ability to innovate is its world-renowned system of higher education, which is the envy of the world. However, there’s room for improvement. Universities can do more to promote the inventive ....

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Marjorie Taylor Greene doesn’t belong on the House Education Committee

Earlier this week, House Republican leadership announced they were selecting newly elected Georgia representative Marjorie Taylor Greene to serve on the House Education and Labor Committee. It’s a terrible decision that deserves to be reversed. ....

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Despite CDC evidence, teachers unions want kids to stay at home

On Tuesday, researchers from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention published a paper in the Journal of the American Medical Association Network that summarized several studies related to reopening schools. One study referenced involved ....

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Top 5 podcasts of 2020: ‘The Report Card’ with Nat Malkus

This blog post is part of AEI’s Best Podcasts of 2020 series. Click here to see other AEI podcast hosts’ favorite episodes of the year. My podcast, The Report Card, features interviews with education experts ....

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Schools won’t work any better for disadvantaged children after COVID than before it

Last week I participated in a National Press Foundation briefing, “Closing the COVID Inequality Gap,” convened to examine the impact of widespread school shutdowns on disadvantaged children. My co-panelists, Julia Kaufman from RAND and Bryan ....

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