School Choice

Photo of James Tooley

The Education Exchange: Low-Cost Private Schools Serving the Global Poor

"They pay fees, they expect more," explains "Really Good Schools" author James Tooley
Photo of Martha Bradley-Dorsey

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."
Photo of Robert Enlow

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."

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.

Education Exchange Replay: Condoleezza Rice on the “Deep Visceral Wounds of Slavery”

"We've got to have a bumper sticker for the school choice movement, and it's got to be, 'save the kid.' Not save the schools; save the kids," the former secretary of state says.
Photo of Chris G. Neely

The Education Exchange: “We’ve Encouraged Face-to-Face”: How Charter Schools in South Carolina Are Reopening

"They're proving that with safety measures in place, kids can reenter the classroom, teachers can safely teach."

The Education Exchange: Thomas Sowell’s “Charter Schools and Their Enemies”

They stand in opposition “utterly without regard to whether particular charter schools are producing good or bad educational outcomes.”

The Education Exchange: Condoleezza Rice on the “Deep Visceral Wounds of Slavery”

"We've got to have a bumper sticker for the school choice movement, and it's got to be, 'save the kid.' Not save the schools; save the kids," the former secretary of state says.

EdNext Podcast: Reforming a Divided School System in Los Angeles

EdNext Podcast · Ep. 190 - March 4, 2020: Reforming a Divided School System...

Newsletter

Notify Me When Education Next Posts a Big Story