Madison Center for Educational Affairs
The Madison Center for Educational Affairs is a non-profit public policy organization that is the result of a 1990 merger between the Institute For Educational Affairs and the Madison Center.
The Institute For Education Affairs was founded in 1978 by William E. Simon and Irving Kristol. Philanthropy Roundtable was originally a project coordinated by the Institute For Education Affairs. William Bennett, Allan Bloom, and Harvey Mansfield founded the Madison Center in 1988.
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