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September 28, 2015

Actually, Boehner's Resignation Doesn't Change the Odds on ESEA

The conventional wisdom was that Boehner's exit makes the odds of ESEA reauthorization much longer. I see things a little differently.

September 17, 2015

Education Is Another Trump Victim

This was shaping up to be a remarkably fruitful year for conservative thinking on education, but this all changed with the ascendance of Donald Trump.

March 09, 2015

GOP Governors Need to School Uncle Sam on Federal Role in Education

Republican nominees for 2016 must explain to voters how they can believe in both the importance of education and in a limited federal role.

February 27, 2015

Dems May Want to Watch What Duncan Is Wishing for

It's possible that a Republican might become president in 2016. Should that happen, it might be worth revisiting a possible future that I forecast in 2011.

January 23, 2015

6 Takeaways From My Chat With House Edu-Chair John Kline

Yesterday, John Kline, chairman of the U.S. House Committee on Education and the Workforce, spoke at AEI. Here are six takeaways.

January 20, 2015

A SOTU Cheat Sheet

Here's a cheat sheet on what to look for in tonight's State of the Union on K-12, higher education, and early childhood education, and what it's likely to mean in reality.

November 05, 2014

Midterm Election Edu-Winners and Losers

Here are my initial reactions to the results of the midterm elections for education policy.

October 27, 2014

Ten Facts About What the Candidates Are Saying on Education

What do Senate and gubernatorial candidates have to say on K-12, higher ed, and pre-K? Here are 10 takeaways from reviewing their platforms.

October 14, 2014

What the 2014 Senate Elections Might Mean for Education

Three weeks out from midterms, I offer thoughts on what the impact of the 2014 Senate elections might be for education reform and for the Department of Education.

June 26, 2014

Somebody Is BS'ing

Some folks in positions of educational import are shading the truth, big time. How do I know this? Because I'm hearing two very different things that can't be reconciled.

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