How Honest is the Postal Service’s Lance Armstrong Lawsuit? The federal government’s lawsuit against former cycling champion Lance Armstrong could potentially cost the fallen icon nearly $100 million in damages.  But the U.S. Postal Service, on whose behalf the government is seeking to collect, has shown it knows a [Read More...]
Connecting Microgrids With Public-Private Partnerships To Meet Critical Needs Click here to download the full study at PDF. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Moving forward with plans to address the modernization needs of the nation’s electric grid is a vast undertaking, estimated to require some $2 trillion of investment over the next [Read More...]
Improving Virginia’s School Standards to Support Achievement and Innovation August 23, 2016 Submitted to the Virginia Board of Education, Committee on the Standards of Quality   President Cannaday and Members of the Virginia Board of Education, We are writing to provide the input of the Lexington Institute as the [Read More...]
Five Reasons Boeing’s Big Bet On Air Force Tankers Will Pay Off Handsomely (From Forbes) The Air Force announced on August 18 that it had awarded the Boeing Company a $2.8 billion contract for the first two production lots of the KC-46 aerial refueling tanker.  With development issues now behind it, Boeing will begin delivering [Read More...]
Announcing the Third Cohort of Lexington Education Leadership Award (LELA) Fellows Congratulations to our exciting new class of Lexington Education Leadership Award (LELA) Fellows, announced this morning.  Each of these pioneering education leaders has demonstrated through the application and interview process their desire to do even more to support teachers and [Read More...]
Teacher, Time and Technology: Building Blocks of Learning from BlendedLearningFacts.com To get the most out of blended learning and personalization, school leaders must not start with blended learning or technology for its own sake, but instead must undertake a careful design process that emphasizes and appropriately prioritizes the [Read More...]
Lexington Summer Intern: Timothy (T.J.) Coggins Hi, My name is Timothy (T.J.) Coggins, and I am a research intern at the Lexington Institute. I am new to the Washington, DC metro area as I recently graduated from Cal Poly Pomona with a Bachelor of Arts in [Read More...]
Lexington Summer Intern: Alice Pontallier Bonjour everybody, My name is Alice Pontallier and I am from the beautiful French city of Bordeaux. As a research intern, my work at Lexington consists of collecting information on issues like France’s defense priorities and terrorism in the Middle [Read More...]
Lexington Summer Intern: Nick Ciccarino Hi all, My name is Nick Ciccarino and I am a senior in the School of Diplomacy and International Relations at Seton Hall University in South Orange, New Jersey, a short train ride to New York City. I am majoring [Read More...]
Lexington Summer Intern: Yuyi Zhao   Hi everyone, My name is Yuyi Zhao, and I am originally from Beijing, China. I am delighted to work with the Lexington Institute this summer, in the center of world politics. So far, I’ve helped develop our press lists, [Read More...]
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