APP Education

OpEd: The Fix Is In For AP Courses

When controversy erupted a year ago about the lack of balance in the College Board’s new AP U.S. History (APUSH) Framework, the College Board initially dug in its heels and stubbornly defended the new course. But the tone has changed. Now that it’s … [Read More...]

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Latino Partnership

Huffington Post: Is Walker “Already Done” With Hispanic Voters

Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, who have advocated for reform in the past, are currently doing the best job of appealing to Latino voters, conservative operatives told HuffPost. Bush has said he wants to end Obama's … [Read More...]

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Economics

Launch Event for George Gilder’s New Monograph to Take Place in NYC on June 2nd

New York, NY – George Gilder, author of the 1981 international bestseller Wealth and Poverty and the 2013 book Knowledge and Power: The Information Theory of Capitalism, is now releasing a new monograph, The 21st Century Case for Gold: A New … [Read More...]

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Social Issues

Time OpEd: An Honest Debate About Abortion Needs More Voices

Kate Bryan is a pro-life feminist and writer who lives in Washington, D.C., and serves as the Director of Communications at American Principles Project. We live in a society that basks in pop culture. We want to know who’s dating whom, and we’re … [Read More...]

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