Has the great experiment of the 1960s failed? Has the GI Bill, Community Colleges and the broadening of educational and economic opportunity that worked for the baby boomers failed for their children? 82 more words
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Immigration has always shaped the American continent. Today, our modern American borders are increasingly defined by growing Latino communities on both sides of the border. Whether Latinos continue to come here in big numbers or not will not lessen the impact they are already having and will continue to have. 251 more words
Too often, American public policy discussions are framed in single issue debates of pros and cons which make for great media theater and water cooler conversation–but never end in solutions… only in winners and losers. 579 more words
Your kid got "As" and you did all you could possibly do to ensure their success... But Jr. is still dependent on you and you are trying to prepare to retire and rest? How can this be???
The National Center for Education Statistics is following the young. It is doing so for very important reasons. What becomes of America’s youth post educational experience? 291 more words
Goodreads | Policythinkshop's review of The Loudest Voice in the Room: How Roger Ailes and Fox News Remade American Politics
Gabriel Sherman, of NYTs fame, opens a historical window into a media pundit, cold war warrior, and “American Patriot” world that is as old school as it is apocalyptic. 374 more words