Despite Protests, DeVos Stands Up for School Choice at Harvard

“What we need most is to listen and understand one another instead of circling the wagons into our own echo chambers. The Kennedy School is all about understanding differences and building bridges.” That was how Archon Fung, Dean of the Harvard Kennedy School, kicked off a discussion with U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos. Alas,…
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For Republicans, School Choice is a Fight Worth Fighting

There are countless controversies hordes of hot-button issues being debated across college campuses. But what issue is most important to young adults in choosing which political candidate to support? Are most millennials and college students focused on issues that make big headlines, or are there other issues under the surface about which they care deeply.…
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School Choice Week Highlights Opportunity for GOP Reforms

Just days before leaving office President Obama’s Education Secretary Arne Duncan called his $7 billion attempt to turn around failing schools “arguably the biggest bet” made by the administration. Duncan was confident in the bet. He felt that the money, given to schools through School Improvement Grants, would make a tremendous dent in the number…
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