September 8, 2005

Does Private Education Work for the Poor?

Featuring James Tooley, University of Newcastle, International Financial Institution Advisory Commission, U.S. Congress; Jim Thompson, Deputy Director, Global Development Alliance, USAID; Suezan Lee, Economic Growth, Agriculture and Trade Bureau, USAID; Peter Woicke, Former Head of Private Sector Development, World Bank; David Salisbury, Cato Institute; and more.
May 31, 2005
Policy Forum

The Future of the No Child Left Behind Act

Featuring Rep. Margaret Dayton, Utah State House of Representatives, Chester E. Finn, Jr., Thomas B. Fordham Foundation; Nina Rees, U.S. Department of Education; and Larry Uzzell, Author, NCLB: The Dangers of Centralized Education Policy
March 3, 2005
Capitol Hill Briefing

Financial Aid or Financial Burden? How Federal Financial Aid Leads to Higher College Tuition

Featuring Gary Wolfram, George Munson Professor of Political Economy, Hillsdale College; Frederick Hess, Director of Education Policy Studies, American Enterprise Institute; Krista Kafer, Senior Education Policy Analyst, Heritage Foundation; and moderated by Neal McCluskey, Policy Analyst, Center for Educational Freedom, Cato Institute