In an op-ed in Education Week and in a short essay at Heritage, policy scholars Andrew Biggs and Jason Richwine reply to their critics on the subject of teacher compensation. Biggs and Richwine courted controversy by arguing that U.S. public K-12 teachers tend to be compensated somewhat more than they would be in the private sector, given their skill endowments ($1.52 for every $1 they would earn in the private sector). They’ve handled themselves admirably.
If Americans in 2021 are 'united' around anything, it's that they disfavor Joe Biden.
Biden’s party is making some unfortunate discoveries about him.
Will they allow their president to declare victory?
The grand jury subpoenas for documents were reportedly issued earlier this month.
This crisis should prompt a rethinking of the needless inefficiencies we foist on ourselves.
No matter how strenuously it insists that down is up and up is down, the White House can’t pretend away the spiraling crises before our eyes.
The latest Biden proposal: an income tax on income that doesn’t actually exist.
The advisory panel gave its approval to administer the Pfizer vaccine to children in two doses spaced three weeks apart.
A women's group tried to run ads calling attention to the material, but they were rejected by all local stations.
McAuliffe held a campaign event Tuesday to call out 'Glenn Youngkin’s Latest Racist Dog Whistles.'
With the Virginia governor's race monopolizing the news, less attention has been paid to this one.
This is among the most wrongheaded, poorly designed tax proposals in recent memory.