Eric Schulzke
Eric Schulzke writes on national politics and policy for the Deseret News. Originally from Northern California, he earned a B.A. in English at Brigham Young University and a Ph.D. in Political Science at U.C. Berkeley. In his spare time, he is the founder and operations director of The Apollo 13 Project, an innovative prisoner reentry initiative online at youturn.org. He does not hunt, fish or rock climb. He lives in Pleasant Grove, UT, with a wife, children, and cats.

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Pushing equal finding and localized control, Governor Brown remembers influential essay prompt: "Write your impression of a green leaf."
State set to require Holocaust and Armenian genocide curriculum among widespread fears of growing ignorance and denial.
Evidence appears to support that the boy was a multi-faceted disruptive force, rather than merely an innocent victim of hyper-vigilance.
"Mobility index" shows the good, the bad and the ugly in private college outcomes, but experts agree more data is needed.
Between districts and within districts, from administration to curriculum, poorer schools struggle to get by while wealthier schools coast.
Most of the cheating comes from Chinese students who don't understand or accept or understand plagiarism rules, the Wall Street Journal reports.
Aviation High School in Long Island, with a satellite campus embedded in JFK Airport, funnels students into high-paying jobs in the air and on the ground.
The National Spelling Bee finals wrap up today. Here are the winners and the winning words for the past 10 years.
New regulations would nudge states to equalize funding among local schools, something Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-TN) says the new law expressly refused to do.
Reports that the Board of Regents has voted to fire the college president gets a non-denial denial from the university in the midst of a football-centered assault scandal.