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Education Issues

How New Orleans Proved Urban-Education Reform Can Work

The charter school system in New Orleans yields amazing results...

Impact of the National School Lunch Program on Fruit and Vegetable Selection

When fruits and vegetables are required in school lunches, but the amount of fruits and vegetables consumed decreased and waste increased...

Too Many Law Students, Too Few Legal Jobs

Law school students now accumulate debt ranging from $88,000 for public schools to $127,000 for private ones...

Annual Privatization Report 2015: Education

Charter schools and other funding programs produce superior educational outcomes...

Could Income-share Agreements Help Solve the Student Debt Crisis?

There are nearly 43 million indebted students and former students with an average debt of $27,000...

Improving Education Could Pay Off In Economic Growth

Developing students who think critically about math could have national economic implications...

Lessons from the Trenches on Making School Choice Work

Nearly three-quarters of American children attend schools based on residence...

School Choice for Special Needs Students

For special needs children, vouchers and school choice could open new doors...

American Students are More Diverse and Educated than Their Grandparents

American students are more diverse and on track to be better educated...

School Choice is Good for Teachers, Too

Educational choices provide opportunities for teachers to find or create schools...


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