Category: Education

The Hill, Columnists | February 4, 2023

Warn your children: Robots and AI are coming for their careers

For five years or so, I have been running around as a pale imitation of Paul Revere, yelling, “The robots are coming! The robots are coming!” At schools, social settings,…

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The Hill, Columnists | February 4, 2023

8 tax deductions, credits you may qualify for in 2023

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The Hill, Columnists | February 4, 2023

Biden's 'Sputnik moment': Is China's spy balloon political warfare?

The spy balloon that China sailed over the United States and Canada should compel Americans to ask what, exactly, Beijing is doing. China claims the balloon is a weather “airship”…

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The Hill, Columnists | February 4, 2023

Eight Republicans who could challenge Trump in 2024

The possibility of a crowded GOP presidential primary in 2024 has grown likelier in recent days following reports that former U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Nikki Haley is gearing up…

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The Hill, Columnists | February 4, 2023

More than 100 House Republicans file amicus brief on Biden student loan forgiveness

More than 100 House Republicans signed an amicus brief arguing against the Biden administration’s student loan forgiveness plan as the Supreme Court is set to hear arguments on the case…

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The Hill, Columnists | February 3, 2023

Jordan subpoenas Garland, Wray over school board memo

The House Judiciary Committee fired off its first subpoenas under the leadership of Chair Jim Jordan (R-Ohio), targeting a trio of Biden administration officials including Attorney General Merrick Garland over…

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The Hill, Columnists | February 3, 2023

We can’t ignore the toll the pandemic has taken on the health of our kids

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, children’s hospitals and health systems across the United States found themselves stretched thin. While the pandemic played a major part, we also saw a continuing crisis…

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The Hill, Columnists | February 3, 2023

Ohio education officials investigating pro-Nazi homeschooling network

The Ohio Department of Education is reportedly investigating a pro-Nazi homeschooling network run by a couple in the state, according to several media outlets. The department is “actively reviewing compliance…

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The Hill, Columnists | February 3, 2023

Testing students in the age of ChatGPT: Asking the tough question

How should universities and other institutions of learning adjust their testing policies in response to the emergence and widespread adoption of ChatGPT, the artificial intelligence chatbot? This and related questions…

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The Hill, Columnists | February 3, 2023

The phony rape exception to abortion bans

Now that the Supreme Court permits states to outlaw abortion, Republican state legislators are bitterly split over whether abortion bans should include exceptions in cases of rape. This is a…

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Hoover Institution | February 3, 2023

Economic Policy Working Group Reaches 15-Year Milestone in Providing Rigorous Policy Analysis and Solutions for American Prosperity

Economic Policy Working Group Reaches 15-Year Milestone in Providing Rigorous Policy Analysis and Solutions for American Prosperity Rachel Moltz Fri, 02/03/2023 - 06:24 Hoover Institution (Stanford, CA) – In December…

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Hoover Institution | February 3, 2023

Hoover Institution Hosts First Annual History Symposium

Hoover Institution Hosts First Annual History Symposium Rachel Moltz Fri, 02/03/2023 - 05:39 (Stanford, CA) – The Hoover Institution’s History Working Group, chaired by Milbank Family Senior Fellow Niall Ferguson,…

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Centre for Independent Studies (CIS) | February 3, 2023

Emily Hanford: Sold A Story

We welcomed Investigative education reporter and host of the ground-breaking Sold a Story podcast, Emily Hanford to discuss why reading is being taught incorrectly. There’s well-established evidence about how children…

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Cato Institute | February 2, 2023

SBF May Go to Prison, but His Tax Hike Measure Is Still Destined for the Ballot in California

Marc Joffe Despite former FTX CEO Sam Bankman‐​Fried’s indictment in the Southern District of New York on eight counts of fraud, money laundering, and campaign finance violations, the November 2024…

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The Hill, International | February 2, 2023

US visa restrictions leveled on Taliban officials over repression of women, girls

The State Department is placing additional visa restrictions on certain current and former Taliban members over the regime's repression of girls and women in Afghanistan.  Secretary of State Antony Blinken…

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The Hill, Finance | February 2, 2023

Parents pay at least one monthly bill for 40 percent of millennials

In a new survey, two-fifths of millennials say their parents still pick up one or more of their monthly bills.  And the most common parental subsidy is the largest: housing.…

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The Nation | February 2, 2023

Deference to Religion Has No Place in Higher Education

Katha Pollitt The controversy at Hamline over a painting of Muhammad shown in an art class demonstrates the danger of prioritizing religious beliefs over academic freedom. The post Deference to…

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The Arab Weekly | February 2, 2023

Tunisia’s Saied sends political messages through cabinet reshuffle

The education sector is best by chronic strikes and work stoppages as teachers often protest what they consider low wages and inadequate working conditions.

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The Hill, Technology | February 2, 2023

Hillicon Valley — How Fed rate hikes constrain tech sector

The Federal Reserve hiked interest rates again on Wednesday. The trend is constraining tech firms of all sizes after a couple strong years for the industry during the height of…

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Hoover Institution | February 1, 2023

Technology, Economics, And Governance News Roundup | January 20 – 27

Technology, Economics, And Governance News Roundup | January 20 - 27 Rachel Moltz Wed, 02/01/2023 - 13:43 This week’s edition covers the US and Germany’s decision to supply Ukraine with…

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Hoover Institution | February 1, 2023

Columnist Shares His Annual Year In Readview

Columnist Shares His Annual Year In Readview zlotx5 Wed, 02/01/2023 - 11:09 cited Niall Ferguson Off Tue, 01/31/2023 - 11:39Hoover Daily Report Wednesday, February 1, 2023 4 Herald and News…

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The Nation | February 1, 2023

Trump’s New Platform Goes Attack Mode on Schools

Chris Lehmann With a Ron DeSantis run on the horizon, Donald Trump announced his intentions to privatize education and restrict academic freedom. The post Trump’s New Platform Goes Attack Mode…

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The Hill, Technology | February 1, 2023

ChatGPT company announces tool to detect AI-written text amid education controversies

OpenAI, the company that launched ChatGPT, announced on Tuesday it has created a tool that can tell the difference between text generated by artificial intelligence (AI) and text written by…

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Armed Forces and Society | February 1, 2023

Rural Military Veterans of Color and STEM Occupational Outcomes

Armed Forces &Society, Ahead of Print. Although the literature on veteran differences in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) occupational outcomes by gender is established and veteran/nonveteran differences in STEM…

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Hoover Institution | February 1, 2023

Can a California Governor Propel Federal Gun Control?

Can a California Governor Propel Federal Gun Control? LeAnn Wed, 02/01/2023 - 04:00 Before we get into the premise of this column—a sensible approach for California governor Gavin Newsom if…

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