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The Power of Independent Thinking

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Textbooks: Do We Know Which Ones Are Effective?
Martha’s Meltdown Model
The Martha’s Vineyard experience marks a unique opportunity for modern bicoastal progressivism.
How Old Bad Ideas Become Wonderful
We in America are regressing—now returning to the distant neanderthal past, now embracing the worst of what the 19th and 20th century had to offer.
Gavin Newsom’s Weird Idea of ‘Freedom’
Newsom resembles a pathetic owner of a once successful but now run-down, high-priced gas station without clients.
The Sovietization of American Life
Behind all our disasters there looms an ideology, a creed that ignores cause and effect in the real world—without a shred of concern for the damage done to those outside the nomenklatura.
California’s Math Framework Lacks Research to Justify Its Progressive Agenda
The False Narrative That Ethnic Studies Courses Improve Student Learning
The Nihilism of the Left
In pursuit of its utopian omelet, the Left cares little about the millions of middle-class Americans it must break to make it.
California’s Math Curriculum Framework: Still Woke
California’s Socialist K–12 Math Proposal, Take Two






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