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    House Hearing on Free Speech and Book Bans

    The House Oversight and Reform Subcommittee on Civil Rights and Civil Liberties held a hearing to examine book bans and academic censorship and their impacts on students' well-being. The…

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    Discussion on Critical Race Theory and Victimhood

    The Heritage Foundation’s Jonathan Butcher (Splintered: Critical Race Theory and the Progressive War on Truth) and the American Enterprise Institute’s Ian Rowe (Agency ) discussed their books.…

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    Cracks in the Tower

    Phillip Magness, senior research fellow at the American Institute for Economic Research, talked about universities in the United States and questioned whether they are living up to the…

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    Matthew Spalding and Peter Wood on the 1619 Project

    Matthew Spalding ("The 1776 Report"), executive director of former President Trump’s 1776 Commission, and Peter Wood (1620: A Critical Response to the 1619 Project) examined the 1619 Project,…

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    Future of University Presses

    University press representatives talked about the challenges facing academic publishing. This virtual event was hosted by the Seminary Co-op Bookstore in Chicago.

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    Unschooled

    Education policy writer Kerry McDonald discusses why she favors a non-traditional form of schooling that helps children learn by enhancing their inherent curiosity.

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    What Universities Owe Democracy

    Johns Hopkins University President Ronald Daniels offered his thoughts on the role of higher education in modern democracy. The SNF Agora Institute at Johns Hopkins University hosted this…

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    The Data Detective and Shape

    Columnist Tim Harford (The Data Detective) and University of Wisconsin-Madison mathematics Professor Jordan Ellenberg (Shape ) discussed how numbers shape the way we understand the world. This…

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    The State Must Provide

    Atlantic Magazine staff writer Adam Harris offered his thoughts on inequality in America’s higher education system. Harvard Bookstore in Cambridge, Massachusetts, hosted this virtual event.…

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    Scripting the Moves- Culture and Control in a "No-Excuses" Charter School

    Vanderbilt University Professor Joanne Golann questioned whether “no-excuses” charter schools are too focused on strict behavior compliance guidelines for students. This virtual program was…

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    Learning in Public

    Courtney Martin reflected on her decision to select public schooling over school choice for her daughter. Midtown Scholar Bookstore in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, hosted this virtual event.

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    After Words with Josh Mitchell

    What caused student loan debt in the U.S. to rise to more than a trillion dollars? Wall Street Journal reporter Josh Mitchell spoke about this growing debt for parents and students with NPR…

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    Really Good Schools

    James Tooley, vice chancellor and president at the University of Buckingham in England, argued that many private schools in poor countries are setting an example that other countries can…

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    It Worked for Me

    Colin Powell, retired four-star general and former secretary of state, recounts his military and political career through a collection of 44 remembrances that impart General Powell’s thoughts on life and leadership. General Powell weaves his…

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    In the Shadow of the Ivory Tower

    Trinity College Professor Davarian Baldwin looked at the impact that urban planning for universities and colleges across the country is having on communities in those cities.

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    The Secret History of Home Economics

    Journalist Danielle Dreilinger provided a history of home economics and how it led many young women to jobs in the fields of health, science, and economics. This was a virtual event hosted…

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    The Dictionary Project

    Mary French, director of the Dictionary Project, discussed her organization’s work to promote literacy by giving dictionaries to students.

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    Fault Lines

    Critical race theory is a threat to American culture and the evangelical church, according to Voddie Baucham, dean of the School of Divinity at African Christian University in Lusaka,…

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    The Breakdown of Higher Education

    John Ellis, professor emeritus at the University of California, Santa Cruz, argued that universities no longer value open debate and a free exchange of ideas. This virtual event was hosted…

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    A Search for Common Ground

    Frederick Hess (AEI) and Pedro Noguera (USC) debated education policy and discussed the importance of having civil discussions over political disputes. This virtual event was hosted by the…

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