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Why Don’t Economists Understand Innovation in Education?

Chicago Booth School of Business hosts The Initiative on Global Markets which explores the extent to which economists agree or disagree on major policy initiatives.  In this poll, they are asked, “Public school students would receive a higher quality education … Continue reading

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Should We Put Live Cams in Public Schools to Show How Abusive They Are?

When I was creating The Winston Academy (now defunct), my then-wife and I searched all of Broward County to find the “best” public school.  We chose the school first and then rented an apartment close to the desired school so … Continue reading

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The Issue Is Disruptive Innovation, Not Public Vs. Private Schools

In reading or listening to my passionate advocacy of school choice, many defenders of public education interpret me as being critical of public schools or claiming that private schools are necessarily better.  That is a profound misunderstanding. For me the … Continue reading

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