ON-Lion Letter

Entries for August 2014

American Legislative Exchange Council's <i>Rich States, Poor States</i> identifies policies that lead to economic prosperity, ranks states on their economic outlooks
Throughout the country, states are looking for ways to energize their economies and become more competitive.  Each state confronts this task with...

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Philanthropy Roundtable's <i>Almanac of American Philanthropy</i> to be authoritative, accessible reference work on private giving
Philanthropy in America is a giant undertaking.  Every year now, more than $350 billion is handed out by individuals, foundations, and businesses...

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With <i>Alien Worlds and Androids</i>, Milwaukee Public Museum to take visitors to world where science fiction meets science fact
With its special Alien Worlds and Androids exhibition from October through January 2015, the Milwaukee Public Museum (MPM) will take visitors to a wor...

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Center of the American Experiment report by Mitch Pearlstein recommends how to try strengthening families and rescuing marriage
"Very high rates of family fragmentation in the United States are subtracting from what very large numbers of young people are learning in school and ...

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Charter Schools Growth Fund and Clayton Christensen Institute look at market opportunities in "next generation" of software for schools and students
"Do we know what software tools school systems actually want?  Demand-side analyses typically reflect the loudest voices in the market that compa...

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Greg Lukianoff's Encounter Broadside <i>Freedom</i> from <i>Speech</i> previews where free speech may be headed in U.S. and abroad
In the forthcoming Encounter Broadside Freedom from Speech, First Amendment lawyer Greg Lukianoff offers a troubling and provocative theory on why we ...

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Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty expands education-reform program, names new director of education research
Expanding its education-reform program, the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) in Milwaukee named Martin Lueken its new Education Resear...

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High tax burden driving people out of Wisconsin
Wisconsin's high tax rates could encourage many people to leave the state, particularly high-income residents who pay the greatest share of taxes, acc...

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National Fatherhood Initiative offers two new programs to serve at-risk teen and young-adult fathers and couples
The National Fatherhood Initiative (NFI) in Germantown, Md., is offering two programs for implementation by community-based organizations across the n...

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Schools That Can Milwaukee's Summer training kicks off 2014-15 school year
Though Fall may feel a ways off, more than 125 school leaders and 140 new teachers from across Milwaukee gathered recently for intensive collaboration...

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