Sunday, April 24, 2011

The Teacher's Fault?

Low performing schools are obviously the fault of public schoolteachers and their lousy unions because there are never political externalities that affect a public school's funding base.

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Public school reform will enter a new phase when local voters realize their local governments and states often make the decisions that pick which schools lose resources and gain risk and which schools gain resources while shedding risk. Often, it is a legislative committee that decides which public schools fail and which pulbic schools prosper.


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