- VIDEO of Woodson on Milwaukee, the welfare myth and new ways to fight poverty
- VIDEO of Woodson on political competition
- VIDEO of Woodson on problems of the rich
- VIDEO of Woodson on Violence-free Zones
- VIDEO of Woodson on the nuclear family and surrogates
The May 2014 Issue of WI Magazine
Unrealized Potential: The Need for Accountability in Wisconsin's Special Education Programs by Michael R. Ford, Ph.D. and Mike Nichols, M.A.
Good Riddance by Mike Nichols
Online/Blended Learning Event Held In Milwaukee
Wisconsin Needs a Special Needs Scholarship Program
If a special needs scholarship program were to become law in Wisconsin, children like Ildeliza could have more options to attend different public or private schools. Such programs in other states give children with special needs the same nurturing and opportunities already offered to their siblings.
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Toyota Escapes to Texas - Why another engine of middle-class jobs is fleeing California, Wall Street Journal, May 2, 2014
Christian Science Monitor: PISA test shows U.S. Education "stagnation." For more on why this matters so much, see the recent story in WPRI's Wisconsin Interest on economic ramifications of faltering achievement in U.S. schools.