This week on Moving Forward, the Young Voices radio show, we hear from contributors Juan Villasmil, Donald Kimball, Akhila Jayaram, and Hunter Thomas.
When French president Emmanuel Macron visited China, he came away expressing a desire to avoid confrontation moving forward. As Juan Pablo Villasmil explains, Macron isn’t wrong in his thinking.
It’s no secret that public education rarely caters to consumer demand. Donald Kimball makes the case why school choice could rouse public schools from their complacency.
Could more private sector funding help to make Britain Europe’s science capital? Akhila K Jayaram shares the reasons why this could work.
Far-reaching decisions from the U.S. Supreme Court over the past year or so have some expressing deep skepticism regarding the court. Hunter Thomas says SCOTUS can still be taken seriously.
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