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Public Education and Public Choice
Is greater parental choice of schools the shot in the arm that public education needs? Should choice be limited to the well-off, as at present, or made available even to poor families?
The World & I
The hope of the future: While reformers talk about more buildings and higher teacher pay, they often overlook one thing: students.
Public education in America does not lack for intelligent and hardworking principals, teachers, students, and parents, and yet the system ...
Public Education: A System in Crisis
It is unrealistic to expect a system constructed in nineteenth-century America to provide what a twenty-first-century America needs. ...
School Choice: A Report Card
The opposition to school choice is losing in the court of public opinion and having to loosen its bureaucratic stranglehold over the nation's schools and students. ...
Bush and Gore on Education
The two presidential candidates differ significantly on government's role in our schools. ...
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