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June 12, 2024

Our Homeless Problem is Getting Out Of Control — What Can We Do?

The ongoing debate over fining individuals for sleeping in public spaces is currently being deliberated by the Supreme Court in City of Grants Pass v. Johnson. The case underscores a critical…

May 20, 2024

Indivar Dutta-Gupta and Scott Winship on the 60th Anniversary of LBJ’s “War on Poverty” on C-SPAN’s “Washington Journal”

Indivar Dutta-Gupta and Scott Winship talked about the 60th anniversary of President Lyndon B. Johnson’s “Great Society” speech and the war on poverty….

May 6, 2024

How States and Communities Can Strengthen Marriages 

Family is the greatest source of social capital, providing the setting in which people grow, develop, and anchor their lives. Stable and healthy marriages are at the foundation of strong…

May 2, 2024

A New Lost Generation: Disengaged, Aimless, and Adrift

…housebound, or to socialize. But as David Steiner, executive director of the Johns Hopkins Institute for Education Policy and a former New York State education commissioner, points out, smartphones and…

May 2, 2024

Lives Cut Short: A Project to Document Child Maltreatment Fatalities

John A. Tate Distinguished Professor for Children in Need, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 9:30 a.m. Panel Discussion Panelists: Sarah Font, Associate Professor of Sociology and Public Policy,…

April 22, 2024

John Silber, the Campuses Have Need of You

…worth considering more closely the whole question of divestment—something not many protesters do. In this regard, we might learn from the example of late Boston University president John Silber, a…

April 22, 2024

The Promise and Peril of Civic Renewal: Richard John Neuhaus, Peter L. Berger, and “To Empower People”

On April 22, AEI and the Ethics & Public Policy Center hosted a discussion on the legacy of Richard John Neuhaus and Peter L. Berger’s 1977 book, To Empower People:…

April 9, 2024

The Case for Curriculum Reform

…and Johns Hopkins University’s David Steiner for a discussion on curriculum reform efforts and the promise they hold to further the goals of American education. Event Description The education reform…

April 5, 2024

The US Is Failing Substance-Exposed Infants

…Report 69, no. 31 (August 7, 2020): 1009–14, Julie R. Gaither, Veronika Shabanova, and John M. Leventhal, “US National Trends in Pediatric Deaths from Prescription and Illicit Opioids, 1999–2016,” JAMA…

March 31, 2024

Can Local Journalism Be Saved?

…project is ambitious in scope and complex in design. Participants in the so-called NewsMatch program, including the MacArthur, Ford, Carnegie, Robert Wood Johnson, and Hewlett Foundations, join the New York Times to…