On Tuesday, common sense scored a major victory when a California judge ruled the states’ teacher tenure and dismissal processes unconstitutional and faulted them with causing unequal educational opportunities.
By Akash Chougule President Obama’s controversial $16 billion federal government-based education reform program took yet another crushing blow last week; as two more states chose opt out of the Common Core standards. South Carolina’s Governor Nikki Haley and Oklahoma’s Governor Mary Fallin – both Republicans – have signed bills pulling their states out of the […]
Dear Senators: On behalf of more than two million Americans for Prosperity activists in all 50 states, I write to express our strong opposition to the so-called “Fair Share Tax” included in Senator Warren’s higher education legislation (S. 2432), commonly known as the Buffett Rule. This legislation is a tax hike bill disguised as an […]
While at first glance the April jobs report signals a rebound, Americans should not be fooled by the surface-level excitement. A deeper look reveals that there remain concerning systemic deficiencies in the US economy – a sign that the nation is in need of a change of direction.
The latest edition of ALEC’s “Rich States, Poor States” largely reaffirmed what we already know: economic freedom works. The most competitive, most prosperous states continue to be those that unchain their economy – and states making the biggest improvements are the ones taking the boldest steps.