Daily Policy Digest

Which Cities Get the Most Return on their Educational Investment?

In a new report, WalletHub has compiled a list of American cities with the most and least efficient spending on education -- which cities are getting the best return on their educational investment?...

Obama's Proposed Budget: More Taxing, More Spending

President Obama's proposed 2015 budget calls for $1.2 trillion in new taxes and $1 trillion in new spending...

Charter Schools: Doing More with Less Money

Charter schools receive 30 percent less per student than what a typical public school receives, yet they perform better...

The Economic "Recovery" Isn't So Great

ECONOMY — America has not seen an economic recovery as slow as today's in the last five decades...

Research and Development Is Moving Abroad

One of the little-known impacts of the Affordable Care Act is its threat to innovation...

Want to Raise Incomes? Support School Choice

School choice slashes dropout rates, improves academic achievement and ultimately leads to economic gains...

House Passes Regulatory Reform Bill

The Regulatory Accountability Act would impose tougher standards on would-be regulators...

Children in Single-Parent Families Perform Worse on Achievement Tests than Their Two-Parent Peers

In the United States, the average achievement difference in math between children from single- and two-parent families is 26.6 points -- roughly equivalent to one grade level...

Cutting Unemployment Benefits Created Jobs

Cutting extended unemployment benefits created 1.8 million new jobs in 2014...

The Link between Federal Policy and Lower Wages

American wages began declining in 2010, the same time that Congress passed Dodd-Frank and the Affordable Care Act...


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