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Harvey Weinsteins And Their Enablers Also Run Our Public Schools

Meet teacher Mitchell Whitehurst, the Harvey Weinstein of public education. Meet the Portland Public Schools, the education Hollywood of enablers. Meet the Portland teachers union, which like the Mafia in The Godfather, practices “omerta,” or silence when questioned. And meet the children, victims of a heinous sexual predator shielded by ...
Commentary

Students need an escape from public school violence

Recently, a fistfight between two female students at an Alabama high school erupted into a campus-wide fracas that ended in gunfire. A massive brawl at a North Carolina school resulted in multiple arrests. And in San Diego, several teenage boys were rushed to the emergency room with stab wounds after ...
Commentary

As Values Clash, Give Parents Choice

In their August opinion essay on the Philadelphia Inquirer’s website, law professors Amy Wax of the University of Pennsylvania and Larry Alexander of the University of San Diego decried the loss of universally accepted “bourgeois” values in America, from marriage to patriotism to getting an education necessary for gainful employment. ...
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Lance Izumi on The Lars Larson Show

Listen to Lance Izumi’s recent interview on the national radio show, “The Lars Larson Show” on his book The Corrupt Classroom. Lance’s interview beings at the 56:00 mark. Click here to learn more or buy a copy of The Corrupt Classroom.
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Lance Izumi Interviewed By Frank Beckmann on “The Corrupt Classroom”

PRI’s Koret senior fellow in education and senior director of education studies Lance Izumi discusses his new book, The Corrupt Classroom with Frank Beckmann on WJR Radio in Detroit. To learn more about The Corrupt Classroom, click here.
Commentary

Students Need An Escape From Public School Violence

America’s public schools are starting to resemble war zones. Recently, a fistfight between two female students at a Mobile, Alabama high school erupted into a campus-wide fracas that ended in gunfire. A massive lunchroom brawl at a North Carolina school resulted in multiple arrests. And in San Diego, several teenage ...
Blog

Lance Izumi discusses his new book on Fox and Friends

Lance Izumi, Koret Senior Fellow and Senior Director of PRI’s Center for Education, made a powerful case for why all students and parents need school choice on the nationally-televised morning show “Fox and Friends” on the Fox News Channel. Lance discussed his new book on school choice, The Corrupt Classroom: ...
Commentary

Fake Achievement: The Rising High School Graduation Rate

PRI’s Senior Director of the Center for Education and Koret Senior Fellow in Education Lance Izumi contributed an article to the Heritage Foundation’s 2017 Index of Culture and Opportunity. Over the past several years, the U.S. high school graduation rate has climbed significantly. That increase, however, is not necessarily due ...
Book

The Corrupt Classroom Bias Indoctrination Violence And Social Engineering Show Why America Needs School Choice

Click here to buy your copy of “The Corrupt Classroom” on Amazon.com. As Lance Izumi writes in his new book, America’s public schools are becoming increasingly politicized, less safe, socially biased, and mismanaged. Examples like these show why more and more parents are demanding school choice: Politicized Teachers: In 2016, ...
California

School Curriculum Whitewashes Communism’s History

When the state Assembly passed Assemblyman Rob Bonta’s bill that would have repealed state provisions that make membership in the Communist Party a fireable offense for state employment, a firestorm of criticism ensued. The backlash forced Bonta to withdraw the bill, but any rejoicing should be tempered by the knowledge ...
Commentary

Harvey Weinsteins And Their Enablers Also Run Our Public Schools

Meet teacher Mitchell Whitehurst, the Harvey Weinstein of public education. Meet the Portland Public Schools, the education Hollywood of enablers. Meet the Portland teachers union, which like the Mafia in The Godfather, practices “omerta,” or silence when questioned. And meet the children, victims of a heinous sexual predator shielded by ...
Commentary

Students need an escape from public school violence

Recently, a fistfight between two female students at an Alabama high school erupted into a campus-wide fracas that ended in gunfire. A massive brawl at a North Carolina school resulted in multiple arrests. And in San Diego, several teenage boys were rushed to the emergency room with stab wounds after ...
Commentary

As Values Clash, Give Parents Choice

In their August opinion essay on the Philadelphia Inquirer’s website, law professors Amy Wax of the University of Pennsylvania and Larry Alexander of the University of San Diego decried the loss of universally accepted “bourgeois” values in America, from marriage to patriotism to getting an education necessary for gainful employment. ...
Commentary

Lance Izumi on The Lars Larson Show

Listen to Lance Izumi’s recent interview on the national radio show, “The Lars Larson Show” on his book The Corrupt Classroom. Lance’s interview beings at the 56:00 mark. Click here to learn more or buy a copy of The Corrupt Classroom.
Commentary

Lance Izumi Interviewed By Frank Beckmann on “The Corrupt Classroom”

PRI’s Koret senior fellow in education and senior director of education studies Lance Izumi discusses his new book, The Corrupt Classroom with Frank Beckmann on WJR Radio in Detroit. To learn more about The Corrupt Classroom, click here.
Commentary

Students Need An Escape From Public School Violence

America’s public schools are starting to resemble war zones. Recently, a fistfight between two female students at a Mobile, Alabama high school erupted into a campus-wide fracas that ended in gunfire. A massive lunchroom brawl at a North Carolina school resulted in multiple arrests. And in San Diego, several teenage ...
Blog

Lance Izumi discusses his new book on Fox and Friends

Lance Izumi, Koret Senior Fellow and Senior Director of PRI’s Center for Education, made a powerful case for why all students and parents need school choice on the nationally-televised morning show “Fox and Friends” on the Fox News Channel. Lance discussed his new book on school choice, The Corrupt Classroom: ...
Commentary

Fake Achievement: The Rising High School Graduation Rate

PRI’s Senior Director of the Center for Education and Koret Senior Fellow in Education Lance Izumi contributed an article to the Heritage Foundation’s 2017 Index of Culture and Opportunity. Over the past several years, the U.S. high school graduation rate has climbed significantly. That increase, however, is not necessarily due ...
Book

The Corrupt Classroom Bias Indoctrination Violence And Social Engineering Show Why America Needs School Choice

Click here to buy your copy of “The Corrupt Classroom” on Amazon.com. As Lance Izumi writes in his new book, America’s public schools are becoming increasingly politicized, less safe, socially biased, and mismanaged. Examples like these show why more and more parents are demanding school choice: Politicized Teachers: In 2016, ...
California

School Curriculum Whitewashes Communism’s History

When the state Assembly passed Assemblyman Rob Bonta’s bill that would have repealed state provisions that make membership in the Communist Party a fireable offense for state employment, a firestorm of criticism ensued. The backlash forced Bonta to withdraw the bill, but any rejoicing should be tempered by the knowledge ...
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