Written by Eagle Forum
Schools should be free to discipline all students when their behavior demands it, not when the color of their skin allows for it. A new government panel is working to help change that.
President Obama’s July 26 executive order,the White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for African ...
Written by Eagle Forum
Feminists intent on limiting opportunities for men and boys have long abused Title IX when it comes to school athletics. Now we can expect the same assault against men who are interested in math and science.
Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 requires that schools and colleges ...
Written by John C. Goodman
Personalized medicine is the future. It is where the science is going. It is where the technology is going. It is where doctors and patients will want to go. Yet unfortunately for many of us, this is not where the Obama administration wants to go.
Written by John C Goodman
What’s the difference between the U.S. health care system and the Soviet economy under communism? Very little, it turns out. Under both systems, decision makers face the same dilemma: without market prices to guide them, no one knows how to rationally allocate resources.
Written by Lindsey M. Burke and Stuart M. Butler, PhD
Abstract: America’s higher education system is in dire need of reform. The average college student leaves school with more than $23,000 in debt, and total student loan debt in the United States now exceeds $1 trillion. Furthermore, too many students are leaving college without the skills needed to ...
Written by Charles G. Battig, M.D.
The era of laptop medicine is now upon us. Make that, laptop-computer medicine. Visit your physician and odds are that he will enter the examining room with his shiny new laptop in hand. The push for electronic records in the name of medical record portability and efficient record keeping is ...
Written by Robert Moffit, Ph.D. and Alyene Senger
Medicare must undergo structural reform. Its deficiencies undercut patients’ comprehensive and integrated care while increasing costs and generating debt. Medicare’s inadequate benefit package causes big gaps in coverage, requiring patients to buy costly supplemental insurance. Its outdated ...
Written by DTN
An affiliate of the National Education Association, the California Teachers Association (CTA) is the Golden State's largest labor union. Founded in 1863, CTA currently represents some 325,000 teachers, counselors, librarians, social workers, psychologists, nurses, office workers, bus drivers, and ...
Written by Bruce Deitrick Price
It's well known that the liberals tend to attract the verbally clever and sophistically ingenious. Comparatively speaking, conservatives drag their knuckles when they walk, and can hardly talk at all. How do we know this? Because verbally clever and sophistically ingenious liberals tell us.