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The Education Exchange: School Systems Are More Powerful When They Hire More People

"Bureaucracy grows until it gets to the point where the purpose of bureaucracy is to protect itself."
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The Education Exchange: Amid the Pandemic, Private School Students Are Actually Going to School

"Private schools obviously are relying on parents to pay the fees, and therefore have a greater incentive to get their kids back into school and do it safely. Charters and traditional publics don't have that same incentive."
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The Education Exchange: “Release Time” Pay for Union Leaders Is Challenged in New Jersey Lawsuit

"The Jersey City School Board is essentially writing a blank check to the union," says lawyer for two taxpayers who object

The Education Exchange: The Future of Results-Based Accountability in Education

"If we hadn't had the accountability regime and the choices that have come along with it, I believe we would have had even less improvement," says Chester E. Finn Jr.
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The Education Exchange: Reopening in the Shadow of Covid-19

Study shows disadvantaged students more likely to attend schools that provide only remote instruction.

The Education Exchange: Toward Equitable School Choice

U.S. education needs more flexibility and adaptability, less rigidity, a new Hoover Education Success Initiative report finds.

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