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With the introduction of Anthony Weiner into the New York City mayoral race, things in the Big Apple have definitely become more interesting (and that's...

On my Twitter feed one morning last week, this story made the rounds. One-third of Millennials (aged 22-32) regret having gone to college. We can...

It is commencement season at our colleges and universities. Over at the Atlantic, law professor Andrew Guthrie Ferguson has a useful piece on how, amid...

In a 2010 essay for National Affairs, Frederick Hess tackled a very difficult question: does school choice work? It’s not so easy to answer, for...

Michael Rubin is probably right that the schools that rejected Suzy Lee Weiss made the wrong call, though it says something about the admissions process...

Who could have possibly predicted that extending a practically unlimited line of credit to 18-year-old college students could have turned out so poorly? Yesterday, student...

The Obama campaign's theme this week is education. President Obama wants voters to believe that as president, Mitt Romney would be bad for education in...

President Obama may be planning to run for re-election in part by touting his schemes to create more “fairness” by raising the taxes of the...

Obama's nominee to the National Labor Relations Board, Harold Craig Becker, came under fire in his senate confirmation hearing yesterday. As controversial nominee are wont to do,...