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April 22, 2024

John Silber, the Campuses Have Need of You

…on somebody else.” Columbia officials might give a similar answer today—if they would take the matter seriously enough to use it as an occasion for just that sort of edifying…

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 11, 2024

The Right Has an Opportunity to Rethink Education in America

…connect students to their community, promote patriotism, and be open minded towards faith and family. At the same time, of course, educational outcomes matter mightily, for students and the nation. A…

April 10, 2024

The Political Landmines Buried in the Latest Jobs Report

CNN on Friday dubbed the latest monthly jobs report a “blowout,” pointing to 303,000 net new jobs created in March. President Joe Biden immediately claimed credit, saying the report “marks a…

April 9, 2024

The Case for Curriculum Reform

…Fellow, American Enterprise Institute 4:05 p.m. Panel Discussion Panelists: Barbara Davidson, Executive Director, Knowledge Matters Campaign, StandardsWork Kristen McQuillan, Partner, TNTP Orlando Riddick, Division Superintendent, Houston Independent School District David…

April 9, 2024

The Child Tax Credit: My Long-Read Q&A with Kevin Corinth

…get no matter what. So the Wyden-Smith bill does not go there, but it goes part of the way there and I think it sets up a negotiating position. If…

April 8, 2024

We Still Don’t Know How Much Taxpayers Lost Due to Pandemic Unemployment Assistance Fraud

One of the first programs Congress created to assist Americans thrown out of work by the pandemic was the unprecedented Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) program. PUA expanded unemployment benefits to…

April 3, 2024

School Absenteeism Has Become A Big Problem. But We Can Do Something About It.

…tons of school,” he explains. Setting clear expectations. Partnering with parents. Making attendance matter. Restoring a sense of normalcy. This is all sensible advice for addressing absenteeism and for much…

March 31, 2024

Can Local Journalism Be Saved?

…Since 2018, according to the Medill School, 118 news enterprises have been set up, many of them nonprofits—from Cal Matters to the Texas Tribune to VTDigger (Vermont). The Institute for…

March 25, 2024

Families Slip Back Into Poverty After Pandemic-Era Child Tax Credit Expires

…was also problematic, Matt Weidinger says, because of its cost. Matt Weidinger: During the pandemic, government policy was designed to spend money, which, by the way, was all added to…