Winter 2001: Vol. 1, No. 4

A Steeper, Better Road to Graduation

It’s time for America to adopt European-style exit exams

When Schools Compete

Does school choice push public schools to improve?

The New Education Market

Examining the early responses of public schools to competition

Choice Words

Religious schools, parental choices

Putting Parents First

A cause worth fighting for

The Work Ahead

Does school choice push public schools to improve?


Why education rejects randomized experiments

A Work in Progress

After five years, school choice is beginning to have visible effects in Michigan’s education system.

Finishing Touches

If school vouchers bettered the educational opportunities only of children who use the vouchers to attend private schools or schools in another district, many reformers would be left holding cups half empty.


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