In Part IV of the Wisconsin Academy's special "Understanding Immigration" series of Academy Evening talks, Tamar Jacoby of the Manhattan Institute addresses immigration issues and solutions.
If the 20th century was the "American Century," what will the 21st century bring? How can the United States maintain its international leadership and build a better world?
In their Academy Evening talk, UW–Madison psychology professors Jenny Saffran and Seth Pollak look at contemporary perspectives, complex human behaviors, and new insights about the emergence of young children's language and social skills that rais
Diane Ravitch gives us one of the best informed analyses of the current state of American education—what's broken and what are the best ways to fix it
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