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School Choice: Doesn’t Hurt, Often Helps

Breaking the chain between street address and the school a child attends–school choice–is not only moral, it works. Education Week recently ran a commentary from nine scholars who make that point. The nine, who include representatives from the American Enterprise Institute and the Thomas B. Fordham Institute, say that in 20 years we have learned […]

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Public schools, public supermarkets

We have public schools. What if we had “public supermarkets?”

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