Effects are larger when those killed by police are unarmed
Any federal bailout should come with conditions attached
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Growing academic course requirements may crowd out advantageous career and technical studies
First national analysis reveals increase within districts, decrease across metro areas
Chester E. Finn, Jr. is interviewed by his Reagan administration education department colleague, William Kristol, about the state of education reform. Says Finn: “There are a lot of crummy schools out there.”