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    Jan
    25

    When Green Goes Too Far on Campus

    Posted in Education By Jim Tynen | Tagged , , , , ,

    But in many cases campus greening, now called “sustainability,” goes far beyond smart moves to use resources more wisely. It has become a matter of religion.

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    Jan
    22

    Intolerance in the Academy

    Posted in Education By Civitas Staff | Tagged , , ,

    By Jenna A. Robinson Last week, a new finding about ideological imbalance made headlines all over the country. According to Matt Woessner, an associate professor of political science and public policy at Penn State Harrisburg, liberal professors now outnumber their conservative counterparts by a ratio of roughly 5 to 1. Daniel Klein, a professor of […]

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    Jan
    14

    Education Town Hall Meeting in Apex, NC on January 20th

    Posted in Education By Bob Luebke | Tagged , ,

    Are you a parent who wishes they had more control over where and how your child is educated?  Do you support school choice but aren’t quite sure about the impacts such programs have on local communities? If you answered yes to either of those questions you’ll want to attend our Town Hall Meeting in Apex, […]

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    Jan
    14

    Court blocks Nevada ESA program

    Posted in Education By Bob Luebke | Tagged

    Supporters of Nevada’s groundbreaking Education Savings Account (ESA) program were disappointed earlier this week when a state judge granted an injunction stopping the program, saying it takes away money from the public schools and the program is unconstitutional. Friends of the Nevada program, one the most ambitious school choice programs in the nation, are not […]

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    Jan
    11

    Are College Students Wising Up?

    Posted in Education By Civitas Staff | Tagged , , ,

    By Jenna Robinson For the fourth straight year, college enrollment is down. Data from the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center show that this fall, enrollments at colleges and universities dropped for the eighth semester in a row, down 1.7 percent below what they were last fall. Jay Schalin suggests that this might be due to […]

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