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Diversity-Themed Workshops Welcome Vassar Students Back from Summer Break

At Vassar College, new students will come back from summer break and will have a variety of diversity-themed workshops to attend, such as LGBT issues and social justice. Continue Reading....

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Kinda Late? Professors say Super Bowl Ads were ‘Assaults on Trumpian Ideology’

Considering the 2017 Super Bowl took place in February 2017, it seems late to make this point in a published article in August 2017, doesn’t it? Also, didn’t the initial reaction from viewers asset this at the time, not needing an article from professors six …

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Discussing Trump manufacturing council: Pethokoukis on CNBC’s ‘Power Lunch’ – Apple and Crocs find themselves on design patent block

DeWitt Wallace Fellow, James Pethokoukis, discusses the current state of Trump’s manufacturing council. Continue Reading....

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Apple and Crocs find themselves on design patent block – Apple and Crocs find themselves on design patent block

When we last examined design patents, which protect ornamental rather than functional inventions, the Supreme Court had issued a landmark ruling in a long-running dispute between Apple and Samsung that appeared to unwind what was originally a billion-dollar damages award for the Cupertino giant. That …

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Discussing identity politics: Carney on Fox Business Network’s ‘Kennedy’ – Apple and Crocs find themselves on design patent block

Visiting Fellow, Tim Carney, discusses identity politics in America. Continue Reading....

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The Future of Teacher Quality in California Is in Doubt–and That Also Puts California’s Economic Outlook in Jeopardy

Image credit: istockFeatured Commentaryvia EurekaCalifornia’s economy–on a pace this year to potentially surpass the United Kingdom as the world’s fifth largest–will likely become more and more dependent on the quality of its home-produced labor force. In that regard storm clouds are on the horizon. Continue Reading....

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The New Pro-Charter LA School Board Means a Chance to Treat Students as Individuals, not Assembly-Line Products

Image credit: istockFeatured Commentaryvia EurekaThe fundamental obstacle to meaningful change for the students in the Los Angeles region can best be summed up by a statement we hear all the time from former students: “I am a proud product of LAUSD.” Continue Reading....

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Blame California’s Elected Leaders, not Its Teachers, for What Ails the State’s Public Schools

Image credit: istockFeatured Commentaryvia EurekaA few days from now, 6.2 million children will return to public schools in California. Three million of them can’t read or write at grade level (the number is especially tragic among male African American kids). In reading, California fourth-graders rank among …

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CEI Planet – Spring 2017

CEI Planet – Spring 2017 by Competitive Enterprise Institute on Scribd Date: Saturday, April 1, 2017Publication Type: CEI Planet Continue Reading....

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CEI Planet – Summer 2017

CEI Planet – Summer 2017 by Competitive Enterprise Institute on Scribd Date: Saturday, July 1, 2017Publication Type: CEI Planet Continue Reading....

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