Lost Opportunities

An unabridged sort of benefits and drawbacks available here. An interview with Patrick Wolf about his evaluation in the D.C. Opportunity Scholarship Program and approximately...

Poor Schools or Poor Kids?

Since the run-up to the 2008 election, the Democratic Party may be house to two prominent and also different reform wings. One, spearheaded by...

Accountability Overboard

President Barack Obama and Massachusetts governor Deval Patrick tend to be brilliant orators who espouse the "politics of hope." Both learn about hope firsthand,...

Florida’s Online Option

Education reform often appears a zero-sum battle , one who pits crusaders demanding accountability and selection against a great deal of the original education...

When Schools Compete

For competition to meet up with its promise for a reform strategy, traditional public schools must feel challenged. The officials running the colleges and...

School Choice International

Proponents of vouchers together with other measures that expand the means to access private schooling often are convinced that competition from privately operated schools...

No Choice in Milwaukee!?!

Checked: David Dodenhoff, "Fixing the Milwaukee Public Schools: The Limits of Parent-Driven Reform." Wisconsin Policy Research Institute Report, Vol. 20, No. 8(October 2007). Checked by...

Vouchers in Charlotte

During the 1999-2000 school year, the private Children’s Scholarship Fund (CSF) offered partial scholarships to low-income students in Charlotte, Nc. The partial scholarships defrayed...

Vouchers in New york city, Dayton, and D.C.

Just a decade ago, the only data situated on the outcome of college vouchers got their start in a poorly designed public-choice program conducted...

Choice Words

The Ambiguous Embrace: Government and Faith-Based Schools and Social Agencies by Charles L. Glenn Princeton University Press, 2000, $37.50; 304 pages. Schools, Vouchers, as well as...

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