A Landmark Ruling for Religious Schools

Montana resident Kendra Espinoza poses in front of the white-marble court building with her daughters Naomi…

EdNext Podcast: Teaching the Declaration of Independence with a Video Game

A professor at Harvard University and the director of the Democratic Knowledge Project, Danielle S. Allen,…

This Month Shouldn’t Be the Only Time We Teach About the Contributions of Hispanic Americans

There are close to 50 million Hispanic people in the United States. But like many minority…

The Education Exchange – Why California’s Democratic Governor Vetoed Ethnic Studies

A Senior Fellow at the Independent Institute, Williamson M. Evers, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss…

Remote Learning Isn’t Great. Whining Is Worse.

My kids are upstairs pretending to learn. My wife and I know they aren’t engaged. Their…

Here’s Why Dumping the Discipline Question on the Common App Really Matters

This is a year unlike any other. I am sure you have heard this over and…

If the NBA Can Do It, Why Can’t Our Schools?

Few physical institutions are stronger symbols of childhood than Walt Disney World’s theme parks. At its…

We Don’t Give a Damn About Equity Initiatives Without Intentional Investment in Our Kids

Closed mouths don’t get fed. That’s why fellow Chicago activist, Natasha Dunn, and I recently demanded…

Internet Access Is a National Crisis, So Who’s Going To Fix It?

It’s October, almost seven months into a pandemic that has turned the world upside down. Since…

As Usual, Education Is Not a Priority for Our Presidential Candidates

With less than four weeks until election day, President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden…