Segregation and the School Choice Movement

Many people support school choice not only out of principle, but based on historical and present reality: public schooling has repeatedly produced repression, exclusion, and other chronic problems.
Education Next

Maryland Case Reveals Religious Discrimination in Education

It would be better if Maryland had a scholarship tax credit program than a voucher. Then taxpayers could choose to direct their education dollars to religious institutions and get a credit for it, rather than all taxpayers having some sliver go to religious institutions, like it or not.

The Baltimore Sun

The Whole Ivory Tower Is Full of Cracks

For-profit higher ed has problems. But when you scrape down a bit, the other sectors seem no more noble, just more presentable in the polite society to which they cater.

The Orange County Register