Young Republicans are more hopeful. Young Democrats … not so much. A new national poll of America’s 18- to 29-year-olds by Harvard Kennedy School’s Institute of Politics (IOP) shows young Republicans are looking up about the future of America by a margin of 10-to-1. Young Democrats, on the other hand, are fearful. Independents are between hopeful…

A Senate committee has approved Elizabeth “Betsy” DeVos — wealthy philanthropist, political donor, and advocate of private and charter schools — for education secretary. The nomination now goes to the full Senate for confirmation. If confirmed, DeVos would oversee about 50.4 million students who attend about 100,000 public schools and 34,000 private schools. About 35…

A new website is calling on students “to expose and document college professors who discriminate against conservative students and advance leftist propaganda in the classroom.” Professor Watchlist displays a photo gallery of professors and educators the website says have an anti-conservative bias. The website was created by Turning Point USA, an organization founded in 2013 “to identify, educate,…

Six days after #Election2016 named Donald Trump the U.S. president-elect, protests continue on college campuses and cities around the world. High-school students, too, have protested the election. In California, Atlanta and Miami, high-school students have decried the outcome and made their sentiments known in public. In Washington, D.C., students marched and chanted from Capitol Hill…