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White House: Trump Proclaims March 27, 2018, as “Education and Sharing Day, U.S.A.”

President Donald Trump issued Tuesday afternoon a proclamation declaring March 27th, 2018 “Education and Sharing Day, U.S.A.” EDUCATION AND SHARING DAY, U.S.A., 2018 BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA A PROCLAMATION A quality education can give every child, regardless of his or her circumstances, the opportunity to grow, thrive, succeed, and achieve their version of the American ...

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Betsy Devos: “How The Omnibus Spending Law Makes Schools Safer”

Betsy DeVos addresses department of education 02-08-2017]

“[President] Trump and his entire administration are committed to making America safe by implementing evidence-based measures that will help improve mental health, prevent crime, and keep violent behavior out of our schools and communities.” “How the omnibus spending law makes schools safer” By Secretary Betsy DeVos Washington Examiner March 26, 2018 [President] Trump and his entire administration are committed to ...

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More Students Participating And Succeeding On Advanced Placement Tests

Advanced Placement

Over the last 10 years, both the number of U.S. public high school graduates who’ve taken an Advanced Placement® (AP®) exam and the number who have scored a 3 or higher on at least one AP Exam have increased by about 70%, according to the AP Program Results: Class of 2017 report released today. With the class of 2017, more students than ...

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Beware the ‘Conservative’ Who Grows in Office

The maddening problem facing conservatives fighting the growth of Big Government is that much of the growth is fertilized by former conservatives who start growing first. The phenomena is most evident in benighted lands that don’t impose term limits and have legislative bodies that meet year around. And just as a cancerous growth is no respecter of persons, politician growth ...

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Two-Thirds Of Voters Support School Choice, Minorities More Likely Than White Americans

  by Rob Shimshock A Thursday poll showed that about two-thirds of likely 2018 voters are in favor of school choice. Sixty-three percent of Americans likely to vote in the 2018 elections support school choice, with minorities more likely to support it than whites, according to a press release obtained by The Daily Caller News Foundation. “I’m not surprised,” said Lance ...

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Afghanistan Strategy Is the Only Hope for Education Reform

The federal government is currently enmeshed in two gigantic, expensive reform projects, one domestic and one foreign. Both are failures even though the tactics couldn’t be more different. In one — at a cost of $2.5 trillion — Uncle Sam is trying manfully to completely change a political culture. In the other — at just under $1 trillion — Uncle ...

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What Colleges are Teaching for $1.4 trillion!

Americans owe over $1.4 trillion in student loan debt. That’s $600 billion more than all the US credit card debt combined! The average student loan debt is over $40k per student and is carried by less than 45 million students. I am not advocating for free college, but I am questioning it and saying maybe we need to rethink how ...

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WATCH: President Trump Leads a Strategic and Policy CEO Discussion

Trump leads economic and policy discussion

President Donald Trump led a meeting as a follow-up with the Strategic and Policy Forum of 20 CEOs the president met with on February 3rd. The sessions are centered on the strategic agenda of five Trump Cabinet Members as they meet to discuss their strategic priorities with members of the Strategic and Policy Forum led by Stephen Schwarzman. “At the top ...

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Ad: Angry Liberals trying to Stop Betsy DeVos

Progressives fight against the best chance for our education system

Betsy DeVos might be the failing American educational system best chance to escape the troubled policies pushed by teacher’s unions, but the unions are lobbying hard to pressure members of Congress to keep this warrior for educational reform out of the Trump administration. Democrats and Two Republicans are bought and paid for by the education lobby – this is your ...

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WATCH: Why Good Teachers Want School Choice

Good teachers prefer school choice

Can every child receive a good education? With school choice and competition, yes. The problem? Powerful teachers unions oppose school choice. Rebecca Friedrichs, a public school teacher who took her case against the teachers union all the way to the Supreme Court, explains why school choice is the right choice. Take the pledge for school choice! http://www.schoolchoicenow.com

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The Conservative Student’s College Survival Guide

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Conservative students are vastly outnumbered on campus, and their beliefs and values are often ridiculed by other students, professors and administrators. So, how can conservatives survive and thrive in college, while also making a difference? Matthew Woessner, a political science professor at Penn State Harrisburg, offers some tips.

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Our Government Goes From A Guardian Of Liberty To A Dictator Of Obligations Owed To Itself

Throughout the first 200-plus years of America the government was an impartial part of everyone’s life: it allowed people to succeed or fail by their own talents and in keeping with the “content of their character” as Martin Luther King expressed it. And under this philosophy our nation became the wealthiest, happiest and most liberated nation the world has ever ...

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Bernie Promises Free College But Not A Free Diploma. Why Not?

Is liberal/socialist Bernie Sanders actually suggesting that someone getting a free college education will have to work, study and earn it in order to be awarded a diploma? What’s egalitarian about that? What’s free about that? Don’t people who vote Democrat deserve to be handed a free diploma along with the free education, the free healthcare and the free food, ...

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Some Fundamental Problems With Common Core

Common Core State Standards for education were advanced as a holistic reform intended to raise academic performance based on standardized achievement results. When reading the standards themselves, and the stated objectives, it’s inconceivable that anyone would take exception to them. Indeed, the education reform language sounds as idealistic and pertinent as any could. They were superbly crafted. Regrettably, in application, ...

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The Real-Time Evolution of ‘Soft Despotism’

Today, many who consider themselves “visionaries” are sounding the alarm about the size and scope of government. From Obamacare to the Right to Bear Arms they decry government over-reach and the bureaucratization of our government. But those who truly understand the agenda of the Progressive Movement in the United States have been sounding this warning for years, explaining that for ...

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