Kansas Citians have been hearing about the supposed need for a new airport terminal for four years or more.
“School choice may work in Saint Louis and Kansas City, but it won’t impact most students in the rest of Missouri.” I hear that a lot. On its face, the argument seems reasonable. There just aren’t that many private schools. They’re too far away.
This week Nebaraska legislators rolled out a significant tax reform package that should get the attention of development-minded Missouri legislators—a reform that I would characterize as comprehensive tax relief.
The U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Trinity Lutheran v. Comer yesterday.
Kristen Taketa of the Post-Dispatch published a great story earlier this week about Mason Elementary in Clifton Heights.
The U.S. Supreme Court hears arguments on Wednesday in Trinity Lutheran v.
Steve Rose may not care what the research tells us, but the research is mounting.
Advocates of an education savings account (ESA) program in the Show-Me State can look westward for both inspiration and a game plan.
In a recent letter to the editor of the Joplin Globe, Caroline Tubbs, a public high school teacher, makes a series of inaccurat
This week, the United States Supreme Court will hear a case out of our own backyard that wrestles with a vestige of our anti-Catholic past. In Trinity Lutheran v.