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Human Diversity and Individual Instruction

Education

Blog09/05/2020

One of the worst injustices committed by states is the prevention of parental teaching of their own children. Parental instruction conforms to the ideal arrangement. It is, after all, individualized instruction.

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The Mises Institute's Master of Arts in Austrian Economics to Commence Next Week

Education

Blog08/13/2020

Will you help the Mises Institute build this new school of graduate economics today?

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Economics for Beginners

Education

Blog08/05/2020

These short animated videos cover core economic topics, highlighting how economic decisions are a part of our day-to-day life.

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Thanks to Shutdowns, Many Will Learn That Public Schooling Isn't All That Essential After All

Education

Blog05/18/2020

Panic over the COVID-19 virus has led to the closure of many schools and new forays into education outside the government school system. Many will find that they don't need the state's schools at all.

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The School Closures Are a Big Threat to the Power of Public Schools

Education

Blog05/14/2020

For many parents, the ongoing closure of public schools will just reinforce growing suspicions that public schools just aren't worth it anymore. Maybe they never were.

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Anthony Fauci, the "Learned Ignoramus"

EducationMedia and Culture

Blog04/17/2020

Experts such as Anthony Fauci are experts only in the narrow field of their expertise. They have almost no knowledge or expertise in other fields, including—apparently—the basics of how human societies function.

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Education and the Coronavirus: Trying to Look on the Bright Side

Education

Blog04/08/2020

Entrepreneurs can offer new ways of serving established markets, but large institutions will keep with what has worked in the past so long as it just continues to work in the present. Radical change happens only in an emergency. For the British university that time has now arrived.

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The Federal Government Owns 92 Percent of Student Loans. Why Do Politicians Lie About It?

EducationMoney and BanksTaxes and Spending

Blog04/01/2020

The federal government must accompany any loan forgiveness with a repeal of all programs for subsidizing and guaranteeing loans. Anything less would be a formula for socializing higher education.

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Abolish Government Schools

EducationCalculation and Knowledge

Blog02/24/2020

Even if it’s true that some wouldn’t be able to afford schooling without government financial assistance, the idea that this necessitates the government creating and running its own schools is a glaring non sequitur.

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Teacher Unions Destroy School Accountability

EducationTaxes and Spending

Blog12/12/2019

The Clark County School District evaluated itself, and it determined that all the teachers and administrators are doing a great job — and by the way, the union deserves more money.

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