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Entries for February 2015

School Choice Wisconsin and Hispanics for School Choice among those pleased with plan to eliminate cap on state's school-choice program
In February, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker introduced his 2015-17 state budget.  The budget proposal calls for the elimination of the cap on the st...

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In wake of horrific <i>Charlie Hebdo</i> massacre in Paris, Roger Kimball offers thoughts about free speech in <i>The New Criterion</i>
Roger Kimball begins his "Notes & Comments" in the February 2015 issue of The New Criterion by quoting James Burnham, who wrote "what Americans ca...

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Sir Martin Gilbert, 1936-2015
Bradley Prize recipient Sir Martin Gilbert, Winston Churchill's official biographer, died in February.  He was 79. Gilbert wrote 88 books, inclu...

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Education-reform pioneers to pass history on to future leaders through unique Center for Education Reform program
A course designed by longtime proponents of education reform to pass its history on to subsequent generations is formally in session today, a result o...

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Pope Center's <i>Renewal in the University</i> tells how privately funded academic centers are restoring spirit of inquiry on American campuses
"At the dawn of the new millennium, American higher education faced a crisis," begins a January report from The John William Pope Center for Higher Ed...

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