Sixty-two percent of Massachusetts residents support restoring passage of a U.S. history test as a public high school graduation requirement, according to a poll of Massachusetts residents’ attitudes toward education policy commissioned by Pioneer Institute and conducted by the Emerson College Polling Center.
Pioneer’s mission is to develop and communicate dynamic ideas that advance prosperity and a vibrant civic life in Massachusetts and beyond. Pioneer’s vision of success is a state and nation where our people can prosper and our society thrive because we enjoy world-class options in education, healthcare, transportation and economic opportunity, and where our government is limited, accountable and transparent. Pioneer values an America where our citizenry is well-educated and willing to test our beliefs based on facts and the free exchange of ideas, and committed to liberty, personal responsibility, and free enterprise.
PioneerEducation supports excellent school options for all children, world-class liberal arts-based academic standards, and accountability for results in public education.
PioneerHealth advances high-quality and cost-effective care through price transparency, reforms to public programs, and innovation in healthcare delivery and treatments.
PioneerOpportunity advocates policies to expand opportunity across the Commonwealth, and reforms to transportation, housing, taxation, and regulation that will increase Greater Boston’s competitiveness.
PioneerTransportation seeks reforms that allow commuters to take full advantage of the coming mobility revolution – with access to a range of affordable and on-demand public and private transportation options, as well as transit-friendly real estate development.
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