Closing the Skills Gap

To help close the skills gap, the federal government should encourage apprenticeship programs. Then, it should get out of the way.

Recovering the Wisdom of the Constitution

Happy Constitution Day!

For Your Health

With the campaign focused on candidates’ health and well-being, now’s a good time to consider how you’re taking care of yourself.

ICYMI — Reforming K-12 Schooling

This package of policy proposals will expand choice, ensure greater accountability, and address widespread parental concerns.

Eradicating Zika and Other Devastating Diseases

Policymakers should seize this moment to increase American investment in medical research.

The Case for Increasing American Investment in Medical Research

  This November the American people will elect a new president. Soon after his or her inauguration, the next president will submit the new administration’s first budget plan to Congress. A president’s first budget is not only an opportunity to lay out funding levels and policies for the next year, but also a chance to […]

An Agenda for K-12 School Reform

The Conservative Reform Network released the newest installment in our Room To Grow series.

A Back-To-School Thriller

You thought critical thinking and engaging discussions were safe, but then trigger warnings and safe spaces invaded.

Keep Regulators’ Hands off the Wheel

State and federal regulators jeopardize the development and production of safe autonomous vehicles.

K-12 Reform

School is back in session and CRN is out with a new Room To Grow briefing book examining our nation’s education system. In An Agenda for K-12 School Reform, American Enterprise Institute education scholar Frederick Hess makes the case that the old way of doing things in our nation’s schools isn’t meeting the needs of our children. He argues that policymakers […]