Three Cheers for Free Speech

Education
Blog · August 24, 2022

Three Cheers for Free Speech  Though a few decades have passed since I matriculated “where the Blue Ridge yawns its greatness,” I am quite certain that during my undergraduate years at Clemson there was an openness to a wide range of opinion. The dominant view among faculty, administration, and students was that college should be

New Report: Lessons from 25 Years of Public Charter Schools Ring True (and Familiar)

Education
Blog · December 14, 2021

A comprehensive new report on charter schools from Palmetto Promise Institute shows that Problem Number One for public charter school students is identical to the most pressing issue that all public school students face: too little connection between their individual needs and the funding their schools receive for them.