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The Surprising Politics of School Choice

by Terry M. Moevia Hoover Digest
Tuesday, January 30, 1996

Hoover fellow Terry M. Moe describes the surprising political alliances now being forged in the school choice movement--and argues that the movement is gaining strength.

Magna Charter?

by Chester E. Finn Jr., Diane Ravitchvia Policy Review
Friday, September 1, 1995

A report card on school reform in 1995

College Sticker Price: $100,000

by David Sacksvia Policy Review
Friday, September 1, 1995

(Education Optional)

Cutting Class

by Charles K. Haarvia Policy Review
Thursday, June 1, 1995

The PTA Plays Hooky from Educational Reform

Happy Meals

by Stephen Glassvia Policy Review
Thursday, June 1, 1995

When Lunch Subsidies Are Chopped, Kids Eat Better

Did Your Mom Eat Your Homework?

by Debra Saundersvia Policy Review
Saturday, April 1, 1995

Schools Shift the Blame for Academic Failure to Parents

Coming After U.

by Thomas E. Dillonvia Policy Review
Saturday, April 1, 1995

Why Colleges Should Fear the Accrediting Cartel

Hire Education

by Stephen Glassvia Policy Review
Saturday, April 1, 1995

An Affordable College Sets the Standard for Career Training


Is Reality Optional? And Other Essays

by Thomas Sowellvia Hoover Institution Press
Monday, November 1, 1993

Sowell challenges all the assumptions of contemporary liberalism on issues ranging from the economy to race to education in this collection of controversial essays, and captures his thoughts on politics, race, and common sense with a section at the end for thought-provoking quotes.


Cultural Revolution in China's Schools, May 1966–April 1969

by Julia Kwongvia Hoover Institution Press
Tuesday, March 1, 1988

How dissatisfaction with the school system led to the Cultural Revolution.


K-12 Education Task Force

The K–12 Education Task Force focuses on education policy as it relates to government provision and oversight versus private solutions (both within and outside the public school system) that stress choice, accountability, and transparency.

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