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Neal McCluskey is an education policy analyst for the Cato Institute.
by | Apr 28, 2016

Newest test scores are more bad news for centralized education, common core.   This morning I read an op-ed by…

by | Apr 27, 2016

This morning I read an op-ed by Douglas Holtz-Eakin tackling the chasm between what it takes to enroll in college…

by | Aug 12, 2015

Over the next couple of days, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton will be playing up her new, $350-billion proposal primarily…

by | Jun 8, 2015

If I had more time I’d write at greater length about this already infamous New York Times op-ed on student loans – which conspicuously…

by | Apr 21, 2008

College students have lots of “crises” — tough classes, relationship break-ups, homesickness, beer shortages — most of which are fleeting…

by | Mar 13, 2008

Shame on you, South Carolina! You have high academic standards compared to other states, and it’s making you look bad…

by | Feb 8, 2008

Okay, Washington politicians, we get it. Harvard, Princeton, and Yale are hoarding lots of money while tuition prices skyrocket, and…

by | Jan 8, 2008

The latest outrage from South Carolina is truly startling. A few weeks ago, the State Board of Education elected a…

by | Mar 1, 2007

The Aspen Institute’s Commission on No Child Left Behind recently released Beyond NCLB: Fulfilling the Promise to Our Nation’s Children,…

by | Aug 22, 2006

To hear the political advocates talk about it, you’d think the economy had a sadistic grudge against twenty-somethings, torturing them…

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