Venezuela’s Education Lesson
Seizing control of the country’s public and private schools is next on Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez’s agenda.
Remembering Who Opposed President Clinton’s Education Plan
Before No Child Left Behind, President Clinton had his own plan for education reform. While it is not surprising that many Republicans opposed the Clinton plan, what is striking are the similarities between the Clinton plan and the (often) Republican-backed No Child Left Behind.
School Choice: The Democrats’ Dilemma
Democrat presidential candidates sing the same anti-choice tune but a new group — Democrats for Education Reform — offers a fresh perspective from the left
No Child Left Behind and the Race to the Bottom
As Congress prepares to decide the future of No Child Left Behind, it seems everyone has become an expert on the law, including Comedy Central’s Steven Colbert
A Welcome Show of Support for State and Local Control in Education
Fund the Child: A Better Way to Help Disadvantaged Students
Funding and decision-making authority should follow the student, not programs
Educational Freedom in the Wake of No Child Left Behind
Rep. Hoekstra pushes a return to conservative principles on federal education policy
Federalism: The Path to School Choice
Utah embraces nation’s first universal school voucher initiative
The State of Federal Education Policy
No Child Left Behind has proven ineffective
Three Paths on Education Reform
Will conservatives block NCLB’s reauthorization?