ON-Lion Letter
Center for Education Reform analysis indicates implementation is key to success of school choice
Out of 14 states and the District of Columbia that have voucher programs, three earn A’s, three earn B’s, seven earn C’s, and two ea...

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Preliminary report from National Association of Scholars finds AP History overhaul radical
Last Winter, the College Board released AP United States History:  Course and Exam Description, Including the Curriculum Framework, Effective Fal...

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WILL wins Milwaukee Streetcar case before Public Service Commission
In late August, the Wisconsin Public Service Commission (PSC) issued its final decision in a case filed in 2011 by the Wisconsin Institute for Law &am...

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West Point's Combating Terrorism Center analyzes ISIL's political-military power in Iraq
"The Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) has the world on edge," begins the cover story of August's CTC Sentinel from the Combating Terro...

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PAVE tops $100 million in school-expansion projects in Milwaukee
The Partners Advancing Values in Education (PAVE) organization in Milwaukee invests financial and human capital in high-potential Partner Schools in M...

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On anniversary of revolution, Bradley Prize recipient Mary Ann Glendon calls for religious freedom in Cuba
"This year marks the 55th anniversary of Cuba’s current government and July 26 commemorated the 61st anniversary of the revolution which swept i...

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83% of Wisconsinites believe employees should have right to leave union without penalty, according to survey for MacIver Institute
The MacIver Institute in Madison, Wis., joined 81 organizations in 45 states in August to recognize employees' freedom to opt out of union membership....

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MacIver Institute notes Wisconsin public employees' health-care plan spends second most in nation per employee
"Even with Act 10's requirement that public employees pay more for their health and pension benefits, Wisconsin taxpayers still pay a larger share of ...

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AEI's Michael McShane proposes competitive, market-based approach to revitalizing American education
Education has the potential to open incredible doors to opportunity.  Yet despite unprecedented levels of public school funding, far too many stu...

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Good intentions gone bad?  AEI to host conversation about Jason Riley's Encounter book on how liberals make it harder for blacks to succeed
Have progressive policies aimed at improving the prospects of black people in America worked?  Have noble intentions borne fruit, or have they ha...

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