We realized that there was a need for an organization that would serve as a national clearinghouse of information on existing voucher programs.
The families of our 1.25 million Children’s Scholarship Fund applicants have lit the path to freedom, and they are leading the way.
Most of us have implicitly bought into a version of history that narrowly limits the debate and thus limits our ability to question the status quo.
In American education today, fashions prevail and evidence is seldom asked for or given.
Right now, in this special place and at this special moment in time, let us dedicate ourselves to principles of freedom that imply as much responsibility and discipline as they do independence and choice.
America is still the light of the world, and it is fortunate that the Hillsdale Academy exists, if only to remind people of this important fact.
According to recent news reports about the economy, America appears to be doing better than ever before. The stock market is up, the deficit is down—prosperity seems to be everywhere. Morally and culturally, however, it is not an exaggeration to say that we are on the verge of bankruptcy. The fact is that over the […]
Sports and education are inextricably linked in American society. Ideally, they complement one another. Intercollegiate athletics strive to instill specific moral qualities that are meant to be lifelong attributes: sportsmanship, leadership, optimism, self-discipline, loyalty, dedication, commitment, effort, sacrifice, and honor. For over a century and a half, athletics and academics have prospered together at Hillsdale […]
The purpose of art study is not to make artists of our young people; it is to help them become complete human beings.
“Politicians, properly observed, will often disappoint. Ideas, properly understood, seldom will.”