Research & Commentary: Harkin-Enzi NCLB Reauthorization
The U.S. Senate is considering an 860-page bill and 868-page amendment by Sens. Tom Harkin (D-IA) and Mike Enzi (R-WY) to reauthorize No Child Left Behind.
Research & Commentary: Charter Schools and Incentives for Academic Success
Approximately 5 percent of U.S.
The Leaflet - U.S. Supreme Court Will Review 3 PPACA Cases
On Monday the U.S. Supreme Court issued an order granting review in three cases regarding the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA).
The Leaflet - Mixed Election Results From States
This week was election week for lawmakers in Louisiana, Mississippi, New Jersey, and Virginia.
Research & Commentary: President Obama’s Student Loan Executive Order
President Barack Obama announced in October 2011 he will issue an executive order changing the federal student loan system.
Research & Commentary: Tennessee School Vouchers
Tennessee state Sen.
The Leaflet - Learning From Massachusetts' Exchange
Welcome to the inaugural edition of The Leaflet, a weekly policy roundup produced for lawmakers by The Heartland Institute’s government relations department.
Research & Commentary: Iowa Education Overhaul
Iowa’s governor and lieutenant governor have released a preliminary blueprint for “systemic” education reforms designed to make Iowa the nation’s top education state and enable Iowans to compete be
Regulating For-Profit Colleges in Ohio
The Ohio legislature is considering H.B.
Research & Commentary: Michigan School Reforms
In September 2011, Michigan state senators introduced seven education reform bills to lift the state cap on charter schools, introduce a Parent Trigger, expand online learning, allow schools to out
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