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Metal Wheel Concept
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A New K-12 System

If we want to effectively educate all of our children, a new education system is needed — not a tweak of the existing system and certainly not more money. Read More ›
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Teacher With Male Elementary School Pupil With Problem
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School Choice Can Catch Students Back Up

The recent release of the 2022 National Assessment of Educational Progress exam score reveals the largest decline since the assessment was launched in 1990. The depth of the crisis is greater than many in the education establishment want to acknowledge. Read More ›
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No Incentive to Provide Quality Service or Produce Results

One of the biggest differences between public and private K-12 schools is the incentives. Private schools are motivated to satisfy their customers, parents, and families — be responsive or risk losing them. Read More ›
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Money for the game Monopoly by Hasbro on a white background.
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The Monopolies of Education

Monopolies are seldom efficient or effective. With three monopolies built into our current K-12 public education system, it's not hard to understand why the system is failing the majority of children. Read More ›