The New York Times published an article in May purporting to indict tax credit scholarship programs with evidence some scholarship-granting nonprofits were poorly and unethically managed.
In the past 18 months, the number and reach of school choice programs have increased exponentially across the United States, bolstered by Republican governors and legislative majorities elected in
It has been a year since Wisconsin’s Act 10, which limited collective bargaining rights for most public employees, went into effect.
As outstanding U.S. college student debt passed the $1 trillion mark this year and college costs continued to rise faster than health care costs, U.S.
Wisconsin Act 10, Gov.
New Jersey Gov.
School districts often finalize budgets in the spring, so it’s an opportune time to consider how they can convert the “new normal” of budget cuts into benefits for schools and children.
Teachers unions react badly to teachers who don’t fall in line behind them.
“Color of Change,” Common Cause, the Center for Media and Democracy, and other extreme leftist groups’ attempts to
One of the most dreaded days of the year is approaching … tax day.
The mission of the Heartland Institute is