The Origins of Keynesian Econo...

Jun 8, 2021 by

Robert Blumen The British Austrian economist W.H. Hutt was a great critic of Keynes’s economic theories. However, his speculations on...

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Higher Education Is Shutting S...

Jun 8, 2021 by

George Leef Colleges and universities used to proclaim that their mission was to give students a broad education that would expand...

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How COVID Reshaped the Reading...

Jun 8, 2021 by

Victor De La Cerda uses the science of reading method to teach literacy over Zoom during the pandemic. (Screenshot courtesy of Victor...

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DfE’s £1.4bn education r...

Jun 7, 2021 by

The government has announced the first set of measures under its long-awaited education recovery plan today – but schools have been...

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Predictions for Fall 2021 Inte...

Jun 7, 2021 by

by Sarah Wood As colleges and universities conclude their spring semesters, uncertainties remain around fall enrollment...

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Will the Deep State Remove Bid...

Jun 6, 2021 by

By Cliff Kincaid The Deep State appears to be worried. Joe Biden is too old to be getting blood transfusions from young people, the...

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‘Miracle of Vistula’: When Our...

Jun 6, 2021 by

In 1920, in the face of Soviet aggression, Catholic Poland stood alone. LEFT: The Black Madonna of Czestochowa. RIGHT: A Polish 120...

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An Interview with Ann and Manu...

Jun 4, 2021 by

“And I just kept pushing. I didn’t care whose shins I kicked. And of course, once you get it in space and it works, then it’s...

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Director Lisa Rideout Focuses ...

Jun 4, 2021 by

This month on the Planet Classroom Network YouTube Channel, audiences can screen Lisa Rideout’s acclaimed documentary One Leg In, One...

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Covid: generation of children ...

Jun 4, 2021 by

Prof Lee Elliot Major’s comments follow resignation of schools recovery chief over catch-up row Pupils attend a maths lesson at a...

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Reports: Two-Year Colleges Hit...

Jun 4, 2021 by

by Arrman Kyaw Enrollment rates have largely fallen during the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic, particularly for two-year and...

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Xi Jinping hints at a shift in...

Jun 4, 2021 by

But does this mean we’ll see a change in relations with Australia? After several years of a noticeably more assertive shift in...

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Summer Civics Boot Camp for th...

Jun 3, 2021 by

By Jeff Minick I recently encouraged readers to make summer great again by getting the kids outdoors more and giving them lots of...

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Rethinking the 16-Week Semeste...

Jun 3, 2021 by

by Jessica Ruf COVID-19’s impact on student success and mental health forced institutions to reexamine the efficacy of academic...

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An Interview with Dona Matthew...

Jun 3, 2021 by

An Interview with Dona Matthews and Joanne Foster: Being Smart about Gifted Learning: Empowering Parents and Kids Through Challenge...

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An Interview with Manuel F. Va...

Jun 2, 2021 by

“Here I am trying to get a Ph.D. out of a new technique, and some silly lot of little green men have to choose my frequency and my...

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Ron Isaac’s Commentary: ...

Jun 2, 2021 by

Education mirrors society. and their fortunes are inter-dependent. Considering how our nation has been polarized, that can only be a...

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Eveline Levin’s Unharnessed Ex...

Jun 2, 2021 by

This month, audiences can screen Unharnessed on the Planet Classroom Network YouTube Channel.  Documenting the connection between...

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COMMFFEST Uses Film, Art and M...

Jun 1, 2021 by

Sandie de Freitas is the founder and president of Commffest Global Community Film Festival, an organization she started in 2005 after...

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Ron Isaac’s Commentary: ...

Jun 1, 2021 by

The intensely partisan elementary school principal who leapt into the riptide of the Israeli-Palestinian debate deserves a...

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