A commitment to the preservation of civil liberties, including academic freedom, is critical to the culture of openness that has allowed millions to discover and benefit from a diversity of ideas.
The history of the United States shows that robust civil liberties create the conditions for people to drive reform, discovery, and innovation.
As part of this spring’s SXSW EDU Conference, CKF Executive Director Ryan Stowers interviewed SkillUp Coalition Executive Chair Josh Jarrett and Climb Hire CEO and Founder Nitzan Pelman about the future of work and education.
At an event on May 19, Edward Lopez of Western Carolina University and Craig Richardson of Winston-Salem State University will discuss how higher education can harness cross-disciplinary research to improve community development.
A mom embraces lifelong learning with the help of PelotonU.
PelotonU breaks ground in the hybrid college space.
Employers, education providers, and philanthropies take action.
GeoMatch asks migrants about themselves — their skills, education, and hopes — and helps them find communities where they can flourish.
An annual scholarship program rewards people who show work ethic, personal responsibility, delayed gratification, and a positive attitude.
The Center for the Study of Free Enterprise at Western Carolina University explores the drivers of prosperity so that its community can flourish now.