“By providing students in our Nation with such an education, we help save our children from the clutches of poverty, crime, drugs, and hopelessness, and we help safeguard our Nation’s prosperity for generations yet unborn.”
By providing students in our Nation with such an education, we help save our children…
At the fourth Democratic debate in Ohio.
The measles outbreak earlier this year prompted some states to reconsider their approach to…
“Instead of promoting unworkable partisan bills, we ought to work together to support students’ access to affordable postsecondary education that will prepare them to enter the workforce with the skills they need for lifelong success.”
In their statement criticizing Democrats' proposed higher education bill.
“We do not believe the U.S. has the high-skill talent it needs, nor does it have the capacity to train enough people with those skills.”
In an open-letter to the White House and Congress.
Benenson Strategy Group
Regarding how to best teach about impeachment in schools.
Center for American Progress/ NCES
“The best the next secretary could do, regardless of where she comes from, would be to assemble a broad-based panel of actual public school teachers, consult them regularly, and listen to them.”
In his article for Forbes on whether or not a teacher should be Secretary of Education.
Mitch Daniels, the former governor of Indiana and current president of Purdue University…
“That’s why now is the time to do something different. Something better. Embrace the thing that makes America great: Freedom.”
In her prepared remarks on Education Freedom Scholarships at the American Enterprise Institute.
Pew Research Center
“The rich diversity at Harvard and other colleges and universities and the benefits that flow from that diversity will foster the tolerance, acceptance and understanding that will ultimately make race conscious admissions obsolete.”
From her 130-page ruling on the Harvard affirmative action case.
Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation
“This PSA is a gut punch, it’s uncomfortable, it’s hard to watch, but you can’t sanitize a school shooting.”
Describing a new commercial created by Sandy Hook Promise that vividly displays the atrocities of gun violence in schools
FutureU features Bob Moesta, who is the co-author of Choosing College…
In her remarks at the Mackinac, Michigan Republican Leadership Conference
2019 EdNext Poll
“At times the new progressivism, for all its up-to-the-minuteness, carries a whiff of the 17th century, with heresy hunts and denunciations of sin and displays of self-mortification. The atmosphere of mental constriction in progressive milieus, the self-censorship and fear of public shaming, the intolerance of dissent—these are qualities of an illiberal politics.”
When the Culture Wars Come for the Kids, The Atlantic, October 2019
In the first episode of the 2019-2020 school year, Jeff Selingo and Michael…
“Strategies like investing in our children work. I’m tired of us thinking about these problems isolated from these other issues.”
Cory Booker responds during the third Democratic debate where teacher pay, charter schools and Secretary of Education DeVos were discussed.
Paul Tough, The Years that Matter Most
“The Trump administration is sending an alarming message: Schools can cheat [their] student borrowers and still reap the rewards of federal student aid.”
The Chairman of the House education committee responds to the the Department of Education's new "borrower defense to repayment" rules.
“I tell parents you are my partner in your child’s education. You pass the baton to me in morning, and I pass the baton back to you in the afternoon.”
The first week of school for many around the country, Georgia's Teacher of the Year offers advice to parents.
National Center for Education Statistics
“A $30,000 debt for a graduate degree in education is a much weightier debt than probably a $50,000 debt for law school.”
Founding dean of the College of Staten Island Department of Education
Education Next Policy Journal Poll