Category Archives: Government Education

Giving back and giving up

One of the euphemisms frequently heard from social justice promoters these days is giving back. Presumably this assumes that some people have unfairly taken something from others and, thus, should return some of it. Adults volunteering freely and willingly of … Continue reading

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The fallacy and folly of government education

George Leef of the Pope Center for Higher Education Policy in Raleigh, North Carolina, brings us another penetrating essay by Max Borders. Here Borders discusses another progessive policy designed for state control of children that results in more societal harm … Continue reading

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Public education and politics in North Carolina

Public school advocates and press supporters have done disservice to North Carolina teachers. With hysterical attacks on the State General Assembly that initiated some reforms to the State government education system they sometimes have given the impression that teachers are … Continue reading

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