Eric Schulzke
Eric Schulzke writes on national politics and policy for the Deseret News and directs The Apollo 13 Project, a prisoner reentry awareness initiative at Utah Valley University. He earned his Ph.D. in Political Science at U.C. Berkeley.

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Education and police work have something in common, according to James Q. Wilson, one of the most influential political scientists of the last century. Both involve high social expectations and lack of transpar...
Parents need better information, more help with transportation, and less complexity in registering.
Joel Klein, who helped transform New York City schools under Mayor Bloomberg, takes no prisoners in assessing the next phase of school reform.
Op-ed article sparks backlash, raises questions about fairness and balance on college campuses.
Report has no explanations, but "social promotion" remains an educational hot potato.
Helping poor, single moms get kids prepared to read is the real policy hurdle, some argue
The compromise budget takes on the First Lady to give schools greater flexibility on fats, salts and sweets in the lunchroom.
Tracking years of data helps colleges create profiles of risk and intervene before it's too late.
The Connecticut Office of the Child Advocate issues new report with layers of previously unknown details from Adam Lanza's life. Deseret News interviews the state's child advocate about the shooter's educationa...
Seeks changes in procedures, but larger questions of liability haunt sport from teens to pros