How to Help Poor Children
Robert Verbruggen, The American Conservative
If this election teaches Republicans one thing, hopefully it’s that they can no longer ignore the plight of the country’s lower and working classes. Safety-net reforms that meaningfully improve life for the poor—and are consistent with conservative principles—should be high on the agenda.
Human Freedom Is Up, But Government Quality Is Deteriorating
Marian Tupy, Reason.com
These are interesting times to be an American. The people’s trust in the U.S. institutions is plummeting and the outcome of the presidential election, however it ends, is unlikely to reverse that trend.
The Need to Validate Vocational Interests
Ashley Lamb-Sinclair, The Atlantic
Assuming college is always the best option turns career-minded students away from true learning.
School Choice Benefits Teachers Too
Corey DeAngelis, FEE
Should teachers who forcefully receive resources from taxpayers benefit more, or the ones that produce desired educational outcomes?