Going Global: Debating the Ethics of National Borders

The debate over immigration agitates and disfigures politics in the U.S., Europe and other countries. The success of anti-immigrant parties and politicians reflects more than anxiety about jobs and terrorism. It also reflects the failure of mainstream parties and politicians to take these worries seriously and to address the hard ethical questions underlying the immigration […]

Teacher Pipeline Still Drying Up

There has never been a lower percentage of college freshmen interested in teaching. This comes courtesy of UCLA’s annual survey of first time freshmen, a survey that has been collecting data for about fifty years. You can read the full survey results in a report here. There are several interesting takeaways from the survey, including […]