Everything is Bigger in Texas: School Choice Should Be, Too. by Carine Martinez-Gouhier: In 2015, the State of Texas is the envy of the rest of the United States. Thanks to its low taxes, a relatively small regulatory system, a limited government, Texas created more than 450,000 in 2014, the highest […]Read more ›
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by Carine Martinez-Gouhier: The most enlightening experience in learning about school choice has been visiting a private school and a charter school in Washington DC, as well as a charter school in Texas. Talking with the principals, and most importantly the students, was the best way to understand what these alternatives […]Read more ›
by Catherine Van Arnam: “Everybody does it” has never been much of a logical argument, but it’s one that proponents of establishment government school quite heavily rely. The ideal of a walkable neighborhood school has been cast as an idyllic vision of public education for so long, it’s hard to […]Read more ›
by Erik Telford: The fight for children’s education will take place not in Washington DC, but in communities across America. For Knya Green, a student at HOPE Christian School in Milwaukee, school is more than just a building with classrooms. Thanks to her mother’s decision to send her to a […]Read more ›