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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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New experiments apparently show that better-looking students have an advantage in the classroom, while male professors get better teaching evaluations than their female peers.
Research shows forming a long-term picture can have short-term payoffs, but no one knows for sure how it works.
Micros as still evolving, but some see it as a 21st-century variant of the 19th-century one-room school house.
In his weekly radio address, the president calls for coding "a basic skill, right along with the three ‘Rs."
Former governor lays out ambitious school choice and college empowerment education plan in bid to get a new look from conservative GOP base.
Water substitutes for caloric sodas, energy drinks and chocolate milk lead to modest but significant weight loss in NYC natural experiment.
High expectations force most states into poor grades, but report also offers interesting data.
An educator activist is calling for a crowdsourced and updated cultural literacy list that can form the basis of a common culture for Americans.
Discovered by accident in Nepal, the Stonework Play method costs nothing and puts children and adults in touch with the natural world.
Teach for America turns 25 years old this year and now boasts over 40,000 alumni, many of whom came from privileged backgrounds to teach in America’s toughest schools. It sounds uncontroversial, but the p...