Tag: Education

Taxing the Rich Requires More Than Policy

The more impact a ballot initiative has in rebalancing resources and control, the more likely it is to face powerfully coordinated efforts to stop its enforcement, write Benjamin Fong and Benjamin Case.

Censorship Wave in US Education

PEN America notes that while fewer gag order measures have become law this year compared to 2021, this year’s spike in bills has included proposals that are far more punitive.

Propaganda Shapes the Past, Present & Future

Lawrence Davidson examines how indoctrination from previous eras is being resurrected around two crises — U.S. curricula and foreign policy — with debate raging around one and largely absent from the other.