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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A three-judge panel at the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that the Affordable Care Act cannot provide subsidies to millions enrolled under the federal health care exchange because the law, as written, ...
Birmingham, Alabama, public schools have announced plans to work chess into the curriculum, while in England a nonpartisan push is underway to make chess part of the national curriculum there.
In a move that reflects and challenges nationwide erosion of school funding following the Great Recession, an Arizona judge has ordered the state to raise school funding to meet inflation, in keeping with a vot...
A long-standing critique of the charter school movement nationally is that the schools lack oversight. A recent push to expand charters in Connecticut is now under fire after the leader of one major charter was...
As the education world continues to reverberate from the California teacher tenure ruling, NPR reports that some teachers in California are recognizing that tenure needs to be reformed, but they want to fix it,...
An experimental school in California teaches just about everything with hands-on play, echoing the highly successful Finnish integration of play and schooling. Is the intense focus on basic skills helping or hu...
Is college student debt a financial bubble about to burst, a complex problem that requires more analysis than it often gets or an overstated fear about something that really only requires some tweaks.
Hillary Clinton took in an estimated $1.8 million for speeches at eight universities over the past year, the Washington Post reports. At a time when tuition continues to go up, the optics by the presumptive pre...
New York is expressing interest in dialing back its intensely competitive gifted and talented program in favor of a model that reaches more kids by bringing the philosophies of gifted education into regular cla...
The first three years of a child's development are critical, and many kids don't get the stimulation they need, the American Academy of Pediatricians says, as it encouraged doctors to encourage parents to read ...