President Trump will sign an executive order seeking reforms to how American history is taught at U.S. public schools, it was announced today. The project will be called the “The 1776 Commission,” referring to the year the U.S. Declaration of …Continue Reading
Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) introduced legislation today that would allow U.S. families to use tax dollars at the school option of their choice.
The family’s tax dollars would follow the student to wherever they received their education: public or private …Continue Reading
An increasing number of colleges and universities are rolling out student guidelines that will place requirements on students returning to class in the fall in light of the Covid19 pandemic. Among them are mandatory flu shots and the accepting …Continue Reading
The higher education “bull market” is over. Forecasters predict 20% of colleges and universities will shut down or merge within the next ten years.
Covid19 has exacerbated already declining enrollment numbers and deteriorating finances.
Education costs had reached unsustainable levels …Continue Reading
One of the fastest growing costs of college education is not just tuition but student housing. Average cost of tuition at public colleges tripled between 1990 and 2018 to $10,270. As a result, average student debt has increased from about …Continue Reading
The University of Wisconsin-Madison will begin offering free four-year tuition for students from low-to-moderate income families it was announced yesterday. The program, called “Bucky’s Tuition Promise,” pledges free tuition for eight semesters of in-state, incoming freshmen from homes with less …Continue Reading