Far too often Core defenders have ignored powerful, important objections—and dodged serious debate—in favor of caricaturing Core opponents.
The story Gladwell tells is depressing, but school choice could make it inspirational.
Rebutting a specious attack on Andrew J. Coulson’s research about school productivity.
More money doesn’t produce better education. How can we discover what does?
Hillary Clinton will apparently be introducing a plan today that would enable students from families eventually making up to $125,000 not to have to pay tuition at in-state colleges or universities.
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In The Beautiful Tree, James Tooley braids together personal experience, community action, and family devotion, and takes readers to the very heart of education. Tooley journeys from Africa to China, sharing insights from children, parents, teachers, and entrepreneurs who taught him that the poor are not waiting for educational handouts. They are building their own schools and learning to save themselves.
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Americans are diverse – ethnically, religiously, philosophically – but all are forced to support public schools. The intention behind this is largely good: to unite people and minimize discord. However, as the examples contained in this map show, the effect is often very much the opposite. Rather than bringing diverse people together public schooling divides them, forcing them into conflict over whose values and histories will be taught, and whose basic rights will be upheld…or trampled.