A week ago, the Department of Education approved waivers for four states that would allow them conditional flexibility to handle mandates of No Child Left Behind.
Officially enacting the 19th Amendment was the job of Secretary of State Bainbridge Colby. Colby’s handling of this watershed moment, however, was rather unceremonious. He signed the proclamation without photographers and without members of the suffrage movement. Unfortunately, the Obama economy has treated women just as unceremoniously.
Recent polling results confirm what conservatives have known: parents and students want the flexibility to pursue the best possible education available.
As the hot summer days wind down and to help you plan for the fall, we thought you may want a quick, refreshing recap of proposals we have published through our Solutions Center.
The bad news is student loans have turned into rackets that only stand to increase debt. The good news is new solutions exist for reforming the income-based repayment (IBR) system.
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