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Date
More Folly from the Department of Education
09/12/2014
Educational Quality And Inequality In Latin America
20/11/2014
“Yo qué sé”, ideas para pensar la educación
24/09/2014
Are Education and Economic Growth Related? Some Evidence from the States
01/08/2014
Latin America Education Needs Innovation
16/07/2014
Donating the Voucher: An Alternative Tax Treatment of Private School Enrollment
17/06/2014
Educational Freedom Works
29/05/2014
De-Imagining America … Because Our College Campuses Aren’t Far Enough to the Left
07/05/2014
Para combatir la desigualdad, tenemos que enfocarnos en la educación
06/05/2014
Chile: ¿Lo sabía? La educación chilena es la mejor de latinoamérica
15/04/2014
When it comes to education reform, what do parents and students want?
29/01/2014
The ABCs of School Choice
24/01/2014
Government Policy and Tuition in Higher Education
19/12/2013
¿Está el aprendizaje online transformando la educación?
26/11/2013
Reforma educativa: lo más difícil está por venir
11/11/2013
Learning and succeeding “differently”
01/11/2013
Economic Education Tour in the U.S.
25/10/2013
What Parents Want: Education Preferences and Trade-Offs
29/08/2013
Private Enterprise and Public Education: Strange Bedfellows or Natural Allies?
15/08/2013
More Education, Better Retirement
30/07/2013
Expanding Education Choices: From Vouchers and Tax Credits to Savings Accounts
26/07/2013
Erasing the Myths on How School Choice Would Impact Texas Private Schools
22/03/2013
School Vouchers: From Friedman to the Finish Line
11/03/2013
Private School Choice: Options for Texas Children
04/03/2013
The ABCs of School Choice
14/02/2013
The K-12 Implosion
30/01/2013
A Nation Still at Risk: The Continuing Crisis of American Education and Its State Solution
29/01/2013
The Sad Irony of Affirmative Action
10/01/2013
Who Should Determine Education Policy? Parents, Not Presidents
06/11/2012
The Future of School Choice
23/10/2012
The Way of the Future: Education Savings Accounts for Every American Family
04/10/2012
Breaking the Public Monopoly on K-12
14/09/2012
Returns to For-Profit Higher Education
27/08/2012
The Effects of School Vouchers on College Enrollment: Experimental Evidence from New York City
23/08/2012
Brazil: Federal higher education at risk
15/08/2012
Educating for Liberty? The Shortcomings of Contemporary Civic Education Theories
07/08/2012
Romney on Vouchers
23/05/2012
The Fiscal Effects of School Choice Programs on Public School Districts
11/05/2012
Restructuring Public Education: Key Points and Commentary
01/05/2012
Urban and Rural Poverty and Student Achievement in Massachusetts
23/04/2012
Academic publishing: Open sesame
14/04/2012
Real Academia de la Lengua cita a la Constitución venezolana como ejemplo del mal uso del lenguaje
28/03/2012
Peru: ¿La educación como base del desarrollo?
24/03/2012
Does School Choice Reduce Crime?
21/03/2012
Choice and Federalism: Defining the Federal Role in Education
16/02/2012
Removing Barriers to Better Public Education
08/02/2012
Higher Education Facts at a Glance
12/01/2012
The Excellence Gap
21/12/2011
Nothing but Net: Helping Families Learn the Real Price of College
20/12/2011
Atlas Leadership Academy
11/11/2011
Is Education a Public Good?
20/09/2011
Measuring Teacher Effectiveness: Credentials Unrelated to Student Achievement
08/09/2011
School Choice in America 2011: Educational Opportunity Reaches New Heights
18/08/2011
Private School Chains in Chile: Do Better Schools Scale Up?
16/08/2011
Results of an Education Monopoly
10/08/2011
Achieving More, Spending Less in Schools, Districts, and States
28/07/2011
Why America Needs School Choice
18/07/2011
School Choice and State Constitutions: A Guide to Designing School Choice Programs
21/06/2011
Are Unions a Benefit or Obstacle to the Education of Children?
02/06/2011
10 Questions State Legislators Should Ask About Higher Education
26/05/2011
How Much Do Public Schools Spend on Teaching?
19/05/2011
Beyond Good and Evil: Understanding the Role of For-Profits in Education through the Theories of Disruptive
19/05/2011
Who Subsidizes Whom? An Analysis of Educational Costs and Revenues
18/04/2011
From School Choice to Educational Choice
14/04/2011
School Choice Works
29/03/2011
Why Massachusetts Should Double the Number of Charter Schools
28/03/2011
A Win-Win Solution: The Empirical Evidence on School Vouchers
23/03/2011
Who Should Decide How Children are Educated?
18/03/2011
Ten Principles of Higher Education Reform
14/03/2011
School Choice Is Back
09/03/2011
The ABCs of School Choice
24/02/2011
A Chronology of School Choice in the U.S.
23/02/2011
15 School Choice Myths
18/02/2011
Annual Privatization Report 2010: Education
17/02/2011
School Choice: Why, What, and How
09/02/2011
Why Is It So Hard To Make Teachers Better?
04/02/2011
Education Savings Accounts: Giving Parents Control of Their Children’s Education
27/01/2011
Filling in the Blanks: How Information Can Affect Choice in Higher Education
20/01/2011
School Passports: Making the Stimulus Pay Off for Students and State Budgets
07/01/2011
Schooling for Money: Swedish Education Reform and the Role of the Profit Motive
16/12/2010
School Choice in Canada: Lessons for America
08/11/2010
Does School Choice “Work”?
21/10/2010
Don’t Just Wait for Superman, Fight for School Choice!
15/10/2010
Administrative Bloat at American Universities: The Real Reason for High Costs in Higher Education
04/10/2010
The Nation’s Best Cities for School Reform
23/09/2010
For-Profit Higher Education: Growth, Innovation and Regulation
09/09/2010
Charter Schools: A Welcome Choice for Parents
02/09/2010
Good Classroom ‘Disruption’: Use the Internet to Expand Educational Options in Rural School Districts
26/08/2010
Administrative Bloat at American Universities: The Real Reason for High Costs in Higher Education
19/08/2010
D.C. Voucher Students: Higher Graduation Rates and Other Positive Outcomes
28/07/2010
The Quest for Excellence Should Not Be Absent from Debate on Teacher Pay and Tenure
28/07/2010
Embracing Systemic Reform: Lessons from Five Award-Winning School Districts
19/07/2010
Education Standards: The Next Federal Takeover
29/06/2010
School Choice Students in Nation’s Capital Have Higher Graduation Rates
25/06/2010
Libertad de la Educacion: School Choice Solutions for Closing the Latino Achievement Gap
10/06/2010
A Rising Tide: School Vouchers and Their History of Improving Public Schools
20/05/2010
Fighting for Opportunity: School Choice Yearbook
28/04/2010
School Vouchers and the Students Who Use Them
18/03/2010
Disestablish Public Education
03/02/2010
Competition and Education Reform
02/02/2010
Liberating Learning: Technology, Politics, and the Future
19/01/2010
Learning as We Go: Why School Choice is Worth the Wait
13/01/2010
A Beginner’s Guide to Liberty
07/01/2010
Advancing Student Achievement
07/01/2010
The ABCs of School Choice: 2009-2010 Edition
21/12/2009
Still Not as Good as You Think: 2009 Update on Why the Middle Class Needs School Choice
18/12/2009
Contracting for Success: An Introduction to School Service Privatization
18/12/2009
The Case for Special Education Vouchers
10/12/2009
School Choice in America 2009: What It Means for Children’s Futures
05/11/2009
Shortchanging Our Kids: How Poor Teacher Quality & Failed Government Policies Harm Students
03/11/2009
What Makes a Charter School Succeed?
28/10/2009
Everyone Wins: How Charter Schools Benefit All New York City Public School Students
28/10/2009
The Case for Special Education Vouchers
19/10/2009
School-Based Management: A Practical Path to School District Reform
14/10/2009
The Politically Correct University
09/10/2009
Charter Schools and Changing Neighborhoods: Hispanics and English Learners in Chicago
08/10/2009
An Evaluation of the CEO Horizon 1998-2008 Edgewood Tuition Voucher Program
24/09/2009
Kentucky’s Opinion on K-12 Education and School Choice
17/09/2009
Teachers as Entrepreneurs
09/09/2009
Home-Schooled Students Excelling Academically
27/08/2009
How Special Ed Vouchers Keep Kids From Being Mislabeled as Disabled
20/08/2009
India’s Future in the Balance
13/08/2009
From the Snapshot to the Full Picture
30/07/2009
The Uses of Vouchers
29/07/2009
Fears versus Facts about School Choice
23/07/2009
A Teachers’ Contract for a New Era
21/07/2009
Building a Case for School Choice: Initial Results from a Survey of North Carolina’s Private Schools
29/06/2009
There is no marketplace in British education
12/06/2009
Free to Teach: What America’s Teachers Say About Teaching in Public and Private Schools
10/06/2009
Stimulating Excellence
04/06/2009
No Bureaucrat Left Behind
03/06/2009
New Millennium Schools
20/05/2009
Maximize Student Learning by Rewarding Teaching Excellence
14/05/2009
The Beautiful Tree: A Personal Journey into How the World’s Poorest People Are Educating Themselves
24/04/2009
US: Taking School Choice for Granted
24/04/2009
Save D.C.’s Voucher Program!
06/03/2009
A Win-Win Solution: The Empirical Evidence on How Vouchers Affect Public Schools
19/02/2009
An Economic Stimulus for the Mind
11/02/2009
Homeschooling Sees Dramatic Rise in Popularity
28/01/2009
Ten Reasons Why the “Economic Stimulus” Should Not Include Education Spending
26/01/2009
Higher Education: Fund Learning, Not Buildings
16/01/2009
The Washington Policy Center Education Reform Plan: Eight Practical Ways to Reverse the Decline of Public Schools
12/01/2009
How “No Child Left Behind” Threatens Florida's Successful Education Reforms
09/01/2009
Free-Market Education
25/12/2008
Change Our Public Schools Need
24/11/2008
Home Schooling Goes Mainstream
20/11/2008
Charter Schools In America: Will They Be Successful?
29/10/2008
School Choice International
17/10/2008
Performance Pay for Teachers: Increasing Student Achievement
02/10/2008
Brazilian Homeschoolers Score Surprise Victory in Showdown Against Government
02/09/2008
Education woes haunt Brazil's economic revival
26/08/2008
School Choice
18/08/2008
Peddlers of Ideas
15/08/2008
Educating Latin America: What American Universities Can Do
11/06/2008
Improving Education in the Nation’s Capital: Expanding School Choice
15/05/2008
What If Public Schools Were Abolished?
07/04/2008
The ABCs from School Choice: 2007-2008 Edition
31/03/2008
Education: Free and Compulsory
09/09/2006
The Voucher Challenge
20/01/2004
The Market Can Transform Our Schools
02/07/2002
Private education benefits the disadvantaged, says education expert
27/09/2001
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