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Covid Provides a Rare Chance to Transform Public Education

April 10, 2021

In post-Katrina New Orleans, Louisiana built a system that serves the needs of students, not adults. The Covid-19 pandemic has brought into focus a stark choice: Will we respond to the enormous disruption of schools by rethinking education, or will we double down on an outdated industrial-age system created to prepare kids for the last […]

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A post-COVID reinvention of higher education

March 31, 2021

It is no secret our postsecondary institutions have floundered during the pandemic. In October of 2020, researchers confirmed that disruptions caused by the pandemic have impacted college access, with more than 40 percent of U.S. households canceling all their plans for community college and more than 15 percent of households canceling plans for four-year schooling. […]

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Infrastructure investment will create jobs now and help rebuild the middle class for decades

March 12, 2021

The last year has been undeniably challenging for communities across the United States, leaving families and businesses reeling from an unprecedented one-two punch of health and economic hardships. Add to that the recent widespread power and drinking water failures that affected millions of people in the midst of extreme winter weather, and it is clear […]

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It’s Not “Insurrectionists” Destroying Our Norms. It’s The New Authoritarian Left

March 12, 2021

Democrats’ idyllic version of freedom is actually hedonism – the natural result of what happens when an entire movement becomes radically secularized.   When fascism comes to America, it will not be at the point of a gun. It won’t be installed by CPAC’s favorite 2024 candidate, ridiculous QAnon conspirators, or the destitute MAGA supporters […]

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Separating Trump from Trumpism is Key to the GOP’s Future

March 1, 2021

Since his November loss, no one worked harder to get rid of Donald Trump than Donald Trump. Right up until the end, he was his own worst enemy. But though he left the White House under a dark cloud, facing a historic second impeachment, Trump has not been completely defeated. As long as he remains […]

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Whom should Republicans fight?

February 27, 2021

Facing a pandemic with historic health and economic consequences, a rising China, and domestic strife over rapidly changing race and gender norms, voters of all ideological backgrounds are looking for political leaders ready to fight for them. Despite President Biden’s superficial calls for unity and bipartisan deal-making, his administration is already pushing the nation’s environmental, […]