Dollars, Flexibility, and an Effective Education: Parent Voices on Arizona’s Education Savings Accounts
Jonathan Butcher contends in this Policy Report that Arizona’s education savings accounts are the most innovative way for parents to find a great education for their child.
In this policy report, the authors assert that education is on the verge of a new frontier. Online virtual schools are spreading, and charter schools now account for some 2 million students.
In this policy report, the authors point out that public pension systems must be reformed to maintain their solvency and to preserve the fiscal health of state and local government.
There is a strong connection between a state’s rate of entrepreneurship and declines in poverty.
Many Arizonans, like many Americans, believe their state “underfunds” education.
Do you have a love of fabric, furniture, and a talent for decorating? In a few states, unless you have a license, it’s tough luck if you want to start a decorating business.
The growth of online learning changes the discussion of choice in education from choosing a school to choosing individual services that specifically meet a student’s needs, says Dan Lips in a polic
Picture a typical public school classroom: Rows of students facing a blackboard, with a teacher lecturing.
In this policy report, Stephen Slivinski writes that tax reform must be to decrease the tax burden and to end a system that punishes savings and investment.