What was I supposed to do in college to make me attractive to employers after graduation?
We’re consuming entertainment, not insight, when we keep up with the news.
It’s easy to spout high-minded rhetoric about idealistic young people, but that doesn’t change the cold, hard fact that law school is a bad deal for most students.
Government school systems fail to provide different kinds of instruction as appropriate to different kinds of students in different places and times.
Questions are being raised about a tool commonly used to research bias.
It’s safe to say that six years ago, we had no idea what we were doing.
If you missed the Reddit AMA with Isaac Morehouse last week, fear not! We’ve taken the liberty of compiling some of the highlights for your viewing pleasure.
Data such as standardized test scores can only tell us so much. For one thing, children are not standardized.
The key difference is not whether people are seeking to make money, but how they seek to make money.
Do school choice programs like vouchers hurt the kids left behind in public schools? Survey says … nope!
Last week, Douglas County went in front of the U.S. Supreme Court because the family of Endrew F., a fifth grade student with autism, sued it for refusing to give Endrew a voucher to attend a school to meet his unique educational needs.
Should homeschooling parents receive compensation under school choice systems like vouchers? Erica Smith of the Institute for Justice says “absolutely.”
“Education” is not some homogeneous blob individuals accumulate.
Does school choice threaten teachers unions and public schools? And do its benefits for religious schools violate the First Amendment? Erica Smith busts the myths.
In some types of school choice (like open enrollment programs and charter schools) the government plays a big role. And in others (like voucher programs and education savings accounts) not so much.
What I’m interested in – and what I believe you’re interested in – is the unconventional career, the seemingly unachievable career, the ideal career.
Join us on Reddit for an AMA (“ask me anything”) discussion with Isaac Morehouse on Tuesday, January 24th, at 3:00pm EST.
Calling education a public good is potentially dangerous.
Suppose that there are children throughout America who are utterly disengaged in their assigned public school each day, but that are absolutely riveted by the sports news on TV or YouTube each night. Suppose that at least one set of their parents realize their sports nut child is uninterested in school because it targets the instruction and examples to generic children.
In 1926, J. Gresham Machen testified before a congressional committee regarding a proposed federal department of education. In the first minute of his testimony, he explained that the purpose of the bill was “to promote uniformity in education,” which, he asserted, “is the worst fate into which any country can fall.”
“Perhaps the voucher movement ought to be called the ‘Make schools accountable to parents’ movement.” – Arnold Kling
The new trend of university administrators arbitrarily punishing their men’s sports teams is even worse than I thought
Why is a model of education that is also profitable seen as such a bad thing?
How many of you would spend the time you are spending, pay the money you are paying, and do the things you have to do as a student if at the end of your time at this university, you wouldn’t receive a degree?