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Neal McCluskey Jul 8
With busing & Blaine, the next year may feature a fundamental debate: Is choice or gov assignment the right way to deliver education? At the outset, let's admit good people can take either side
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Battle Map Jul 11
School choice helps guard against Holocaust-denying high school principals like this one in Palm Beach via Great piece, & thanks for the mention, !
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Cato CEF Jul 11
Will 2020 Yield A Real Conversation about Educational Freedom? via
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Cato CEF Jul 8
How the private sector, not big government, can end the student debt crisis The last thing we need is to crowd out private solutions even more, explains .
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Cato Institute Jul 10
With high and rising costs, free college may sound appealing. But remember, when any politician offers something for “free,” the costs eventually fall on all Americans.
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Cato Institute Jan 31
has been repeatedly linked to declining student achievement since it was implemented. Congress should eliminate the mandate and allow states to experiment with diverse approaches to accountability.
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Corey A. DeAngelis May 7
Just your friendly reminder that benefits teachers too 👇👇
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Cato Institute Dec 25
Private schools and other schools of choice actually do better jobs than traditional public schools inculcating civic values such as voting, political tolerance, and volunteering in one’s community.
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Cato Institute Jan 8
There is no significant relationship between per-pupil spending & student performance when you adjust for cost of living. In fact, students in many states—e.g. Florida, Texas, & Virginia—score higher than students in New York despite spending half
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Cato Institute May 16
School choice is not a zero-sum game with teachers on one side and families on the other. Choice in the market for schooling benefits parents and children. Choice in the education labor market benefits teachers.
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Cato Institute Feb 18
Has private schooling brought positive results?
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Cato Institute Mar 1
Private schooling improves student achievement by increasing competition among educators to provide high-quality education.
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Cato Institute May 2
Private schools decide whether to participate in voucher programs each year. The more onerous the regulations, the lower-quality schools to choose from.
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Cato Institute Jan 31
College costs are sky-rocketing, student debt loads are increasingly unsustainable, and criticisms about the quality of higher education in the U.S. continue to mount. What is the future of American universities?
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Cato Institute Feb 3
Public schools have a highly discriminatory history, not just with egregious segregation of African-Americans, but also Mexican-Americans and Asian-Americans. They also historically been demeaning places for immigrants and non-Protestants.
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Cato Institute May 12
Negative effects from the voucher program are largely driven by lower-quality private schools — but, the more regulations there are, the fewer good schools opt in.
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CatoEvents May 29
LIVE: Inflation-adjusted college prices have as much as tripled over the past 30 years. What's going on — and how do we fix it? Join the debate with ...
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Cato Institute Feb 18
Inflation-adjusted spending for all of higher education ballooned from $132.7 billion in 1969-70, to an estimated $548.0 billion in 2015-16, a 283% increase.
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Cato Institute Feb 3
Public school teachers should be fighting to increase . Here’s why...
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Cato Institute Jan 23
LA teachers have a right to be upset about big classes & low salaries. They deserve much more than what they're getting. But reducing charter school growth won’t make their employer—the district—spend education $$ wisely.
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