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Drilling Through the Core: Peter Wood
6:36:31
April 7, 2016
Do Common Core State Standards make sense to you? How do they affect you and your children? Peter Wood of the National Association of Scholars gets to the core of the matter.

8:22
November 26, 2018
Students should not have to wait years at a time or become victims of violent crime before their parents are allowed to transfer them to safer schools. Child Safety Accounts offer parents a method to protect their children in the most influential years of their lives. To learn more, head to: https://www.heartland.org/_template-assets/documents/04-24-18%20Child%20Safety%20Accounts.pdf
 
21:34
October 19, 2018
The Heartland Institute's Lennie Jarratt gives startling statistics on school safety. Further, Lennie discusses how child safety accounts can improve school safety.
 
3:34:08
October 11, 2018
Watch live from The Andrew Breitbart Freedom Center at The Heartland Institute, the nation's leading authority on gun rights and how firearms prevent crime.
 
1:05:25
June 22, 2017
What is the Parental Rights Amendment? How will it protect your rights as a parent? Come learn why the PRA is needed now more than ever.
 
7:40:34
May 25, 2017
Education needs strong and capable leaders. Heartland is proud to present a discussion with four of the strongest and most capable leaders in education today.
 
1:43:04
February 2, 2017
Join education expert Vicki Alger as she breaks down the shortcomings and controversies surrounding federal education policies.
 
3:08:22
January 26, 2017
What are Know-Nothing amendments? Join Jamie Gass, director of the Center for School Reform at the Pioneer Institute, to learn the meaning and history of the Know-Nothing amendments and how they keep students trapped in failing schools.
 
1:32:30
October 13, 2016
STOP FED ED is a campaign led by parents, taxpayers, and educators committed to ending Common Core and the U.S. Department of Education. The fight against Common Core has exposed the failures of those trying to force a federally-based one-size-fits-all curriculum on states and local school districts. Even strong Common Core supporters realize the name is toxic and have accepted the premise that the federal government should not be dictating curriculum.
 
1:37:54
September 7, 2016
Education outcomes in America continue to lag globally; the debate over Common Core State Standards remains heated; and educational choice options such as education savings accounts and charter schools continue to grow. This panel analyzes roadblocks to transforming education and explores ways to improve access to a quality education. Speaking on this panel are Goldwater Institute Education Director Jonathan Butcher, Heritage Foundation Will Skillman Fellow in Education Lindsey Burke, and Illinois State Rep. John Anthony (R- Grundy County).
 
7:19:18
August 3, 2016
The 2016-2017 Lincoln Douglas Debate Resolution - Resolved: Rehabilitation ought to be valued above retribution in criminal justice systems. Greg Rehmke, program director of Economic Thinking explores this topic with a discussion and examples for rehabilitation, retribution, and restitution (restorative justice) being used today and in the past.
 
5:56:55
June 9, 2016
Jason Bedrick of the Cato Institute explains how your tax dollars can be better used to educate your children and grandchildren. Bedrick discusses the use of vouchers, education savings accounts, and other funding options to educate those who will be the future of this country. Bedrick is a policy analyst at the Cato Institute's Center for Educational Freedom. He earned his master’s degree in public policy, with a focus on education policy, from the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. His thesis, “Choosing to Learn,” assessed the scholarship tax credit programs operating in eight states, including their impact of student performance, fiscal impact, program design, and popularity.
 
6:36:31
April 7, 2016
Do Common Core State Standards make sense to you? How do they affect you and your children? Peter Wood of the National Association of Scholars gets to the core of the matter.