Increasing federal intervention and the resulting burden of complying with federal programs, rules, and regulations has caused a significant growth in state bureaucracy and is straining the time and resources of local schools. Read More.
For four and a half decades, the federal role in education has been growing. Costly in terms of taxpayer dollars spent and local control of education lost, this expanding federal control has failed to improve outcomes for America’s children. Read More.
Effective education policy includes returning authority to the states and empowering parents with the opportunity to choose a safe and effective education for their children from among public, private, charter, online and home school opportunities. No Child Left Behind should be replaced by policy that restores a path to federalism in education policy.
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Will Skillman Fellow in Education
Vice President for the Institute for Family, Community, and Opportunity, and the Joseph C. and Elizabeth A. Anderlik Fellow
Over the past decade, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), the federal government’s primary consumer protection agency, has pursued and settled over 50 enforcement actions against — Read more
Co-hosted byClashes between religious believers on one side and the state and elite culture on the other have reached a fevered pitch. This has — Read more
North Korea’s 2016 nuclear and missile tests underscored the regime’s continued defiance of the international community and its growing capabilities. Pyongyang’s testing of a — Read more
The Federal Reserve is ultimately accountable to the public and Congress, but its independence has long been viewed as a necessary condition for sound monetary — Read more
Panel I (11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.)David Frederick, Kellogg Huber Hansen Todd Evans & Figel PLLCScott Keller, Solicitor General of TexasKannon Shanmugam, Williams & Connolly — Read more
In May, the Obama Administration released a “significant guidance” letter requiring all schools receiving federal funds to treat students according to their stated “gender identity” — Read more
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