Recent data from the National Assessment of Academic Progress (NAEP), also known as the “Nation’s Report Card,” reveals a significant decline in reading and math scores for 13-year-olds. The results highlight the academic failures caused by COVID lockdowns and school closures. The average scores in reading have dropped to levels last observed in the 1970s, […]
On this day of remembrance, let us honor those who have served and continue to serve our country, protecting the freedom and rights we hold dear.
We are thrilled to announce that Patrick Brenner, president of the Southwest Public Policy Institute (SPPI), will be representing SPPI as a distinguished panelist at the Independent Women’s Forum. The panel will test a simple, powerful idea: how do we ensure fair lending policies for vulnerable Americans; and will bring together experts to address the […]
Our region’s employment boom continues.
New Mexico and Nevada lead the region, while Oklahoma and Utah report the lowest sales tax burdens.
The Supreme Court of the United States affirms a significant victory for tribal sovereignty, protecting the cultural identity of Native Americans.
The good times roll on — how long can they last?
The two organizations forge a strategic partnership to drive innovation in energy and public policy, aiming to improve the quality of life in the American Southwest and promote sustainable solutions.
Fifty years ago, Washington’s plans for ‘peaceful nuclear explosions’ ended in Colorado.
Why and How to Stop Taxpayer-Funded Advocacy