- Ashley Soifer on Microschools, Pods, & HomeschoolingMarch 29, 2023 - 12:00 pm
- Accessing Healthcare Anywhere: Lessons For Liberalizing TelehealthMarch 28, 2023 - 10:35 am
- A Federal Drug Discount Program for the WealthyMarch 23, 2023 - 10:38 am
- UVA Prof. Dan Willingham on Learning Science & K-12 SchoolingMarch 22, 2023 - 11:01 am
- Corporate Ownership: A Threat to Housing Affordability?March 21, 2023 - 3:15 pm
- Silicon Valley Bust: Bank Failure’s Causes, Cures, and CulpabilityMarch 21, 2023 - 9:21 am
- Lessons from Shakespeare: ‘Julius Caesar’ for the AgesMarch 15, 2023 - 11:56 am
- Bay State Budget Breakdown: New Administration Offers Something for EveryoneMarch 14, 2023 - 9:43 am
- Sunshine Week 2023: Shining Light on the Workings of GovernmentMarch 13, 2023 - 2:02 pm
- Erick Widman, Esq.: Immigrants Can Ease Worker ShortageMarch 9, 2023 - 10:11 am
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A Federal Drug Discount Program for the Wealthy/in News, Oped: Healthcare, Oped: Life Sciences /by William Smith and Robert Popovian
The combination of legal disputes, a growing data repository and investigative reports have necessarily put the 340B Drug Pricing Program under the microscope. Combined with the fact that the policy lacks transparency, 340B has spiraled out of control to the point that no policymaker can ignore the need to look closer.
UVA Prof. Dan Willingham on Learning Science & K-12 Schooling/in Education, Featured, Podcast /by Editorial Staff
This week on The Learning Curve, University of Virginia Professor Dan Willingham discusses the psychology of learning, his advocacy of using scientific knowledge in classroom teaching and education policy, and his critique of the “learning styles theory” of education.
Corporate Ownership: A Threat to Housing Affordability?/in Blog, Economic Opportunity /by Aidan Enright
An increase in corporate ownership of housing has some experts worried about potential consequences of such a shift. One study found a link between LLC ownership and housing stock that is in disrepair, with more rapid deterioration than would be expected if ownership had not changed.
Silicon Valley Bust: Bank Failure’s Causes, Cures, and Culpability/in Featured, News, Podcast Hubwonk /by Editorial Staff
Joe Selvaggi talks with financial market and monetary policy expert Dr. Norbert J. Michel about the causes for the failure of Silicon Valley Bank and the what its demise portends for depositors, the banking sector, and the regulatory regime that governs it.
Lessons from Shakespeare: ‘Julius Caesar’ for the Ages/in Education, Featured, Podcast /by Editorial Staff
This week on The Learning Curve, U.K. Oxford and ASU Shakespeare scholar Prof. Sir Jonathan Bate, discusses Shakespeare’s timeless play Julius Caesar on the Ides of March. Sir Jonathan explains the Roman lessons for American constitutionalism, including warnings against the dangers of dictatorship and civil war.