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  • Schumpeter on How Higher Education Wrecks Freedom

    Schumpeter on How Higher Education Wrecks Freedom0

    A book that pays high returns for decades with endless insights is Joseph Schumpeter’s Capitalism, Socialism, and Democracy (1943). It is not a systematic treatise. It’s more of a series of observations about huge problems that vexed those times and ours. Many are informed by economics. Some by history. Some by sociology and culture. Schumpeter’s outlook

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  • The Cancelled Black Harvard Professor Who Found No Racial Bias in Police Shootings

    The Cancelled Black Harvard Professor Who Found No Racial Bias in Police Shootings5

    Unless you have lived under a rock for the last four years, you will be very familiar with the claim that black Americans are disproportionately victims of police shootings compared with their white counterparts. But a nearly eight-year-old study challenging this narrative is enjoying renewed attention thanks to a recent high-profile interview of the study’s

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  • Homeschooling Isn’t What I Expected It To Be

    Homeschooling Isn’t What I Expected It To Be5

    I’ve heard it said, “I was a great parent before I had kids.” The same can be said of being a homeschooling parent. Homeschooling circles are full of idealistic moms and dads who often have very high standards for themselves and their children. Certainly, having strong ideals can work as a guide and benchmark for

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  • Can Adam Smith Reach Gen Z?

    Can Adam Smith Reach Gen Z?1

    There’s a common assumption among the older generations that today’s college students are more swayed by socialism than ever before. There’s fear that this generation may be lost to the alluring temptations of “free” government programs and centrally planned economies. As a college professor over the past seven years, I have not found this to be the case. Make no mistake, the heralds of

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  • ‘Micro’ K-12 Schools Offer Big Solutions for Students

    ‘Micro’ K-12 Schools Offer Big Solutions for Students0

    New research estimates that some students’ grades will never catch back up after falling during the pandemic. Recently, some in the mainstream media worried that the federal taxpayer money that lawmakers sent to K-12 schools during COVID-19 may not be enough to help schools turn things around. But public schools—also known as “assigned” schools—had money before the pandemic, and

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  • Safetyism Eclipses Common Sense

    Safetyism Eclipses Common Sense0

    School’s out on April 8 for many kids in the U.S. and Canada. On that date, a full solar eclipse will be visible from Texas to Ontario, and “There are risks associated with viewing a solar eclipse,” several Toronto-area school boards announced. Those schools moved their May 17 kid-free professional development day to April 8

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