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By James V. Shuls on Jun 20, 2013

Show-Me Institute Education Policy Analyst Dr. James Shuls joins Mike Ferguson's Missouri Viewpoints to talk about Common Core.

By Darin Morley on Jun 08, 2013

Missouri State Senator John Lamping and State Representative Paul Curtman review the recently completed legislative session at the Show-Me Institute's June Policy Breakfast.

By Darin Morley on May 23, 2013

Educator Michelle Rhee joined Crosby Kemper III for a public conversation about her new book Radical: Fighting to Put Students First and explained her ideas for improving public education by ensuring that laws, leaders, and politics are making students - not adults - their top priority.

By David Stokes on May 06, 2013

David Stokes talks property assessments on KTRS TV.

By David Stokes on Apr 29, 2013

David Stokes has a weekly guest spot on the McGraw Milhaven show on KTRS 550AM. In this appearance, Stokes and the host discuss Missouri's alcohol distribution laws.

By Mark Perry on Apr 24, 2013

Dr. Mark Perry of the American Enterprise Institute spoke with SMI communications director Rick Edlund about why he's optimistic about the U.S. economy. The country is full, he says, of the energy of ideas, and it's starting to pay off.

By Kacie Barnes (Galbraith) on Apr 22, 2013

It cost taxpayers $ 15 million to build the Brentwood Boulevard shopping and apartment complex near the Richmond Heights Metrolink station. Government planners thought it would encourage transit use, but has it succeeded?

By Lee Ohanian on Apr 22, 2013

Recently, and especially leading up to the 2012 Pesidential Election, there has been much talk about inequality of both wealth and tax burden among the American people. In a talk at Saint Louis University, UCLA Economics Professor Lee Ohanian dispelled some of the popular but mistaken ideas about the relative income growth of rich and poor, the tax burdens each group bears, and how best to restore prosperity for every American.

By Administrator on Apr 22, 2013

David Stokes talks sales taxes with McGraw Milhaven.

By James V. Shuls on Apr 18, 2013

In this Columbia, MO Forum, Show-Me Institute Education Policy Analyst James Shuls spoke to an enthusiastic crowd about what private funding of public schools really looks like.
"Isn't that just a voucher?"
"No," says Shuls, as he describes the three basic types of publicly-funded private schooling.
This talk was reprised the following morning at the Show-Me Institute's office in Saint Louis.