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Prof. Nancy MacLean & Kimberlé Crenshaw

The Heritage Foundation’s Racist Origins and What That History Tells Us

by Nancy MacLean | Apr 30, 2024 | Education

What will the prescriptions in the Heritage Foundation’s Project 2025 mean for parents, public schools, and multiracial democracy? The law professor and social critic Kimberlé W. Crenshaw interviewed historian Nancy MacLean recently at a “Homeroom” webinar of the Freedom to Learn Coalition, which plans a nationwide series of events on May 3. The following slightly […]

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Street signs on a pole stating Church and State.

Dark Money Vouchers Are Having a Moment

by Josh Cowen | Dec 8, 2023 | Education

Over the past 12 months, the decades-long push to divert tax dollars toward religious education has reached new heights. As proclaimed by EdChoice—the advocacy group devoted to school vouchers—2023 has been the year these schemes reached “escape velocity.” In strictly legislative terms, seven states passed new voucher systems, and ten more expanded existing versions. Ten […]

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