Racial rules left over from the Obama administration have increased schools’ reluctance to suspend students, at an apparent cost to discipline.
The NAACP issues a poorly written report that unintentionally exposes the weakness of its case against charter schools.
Neil Gorsuch correctly understands religious freedom to be a human and constitutional right, not a regulatory privilege.
Obama-era regulations under the Every Student Succeeds Act were a federal power grab and should be repealed.
Title I federal funding for education should be available to state education savings accounts used by families to pay for their children’s schooling.
A new bipartisan education bill reads as a massive repudiation of the Obama administration’s Washington-centric education excesses.
The College Board’s revised framework for the teaching of Advanced Placement U.S. History is surprisingly fair-minded and nonpartisan.