Thomas Jefferson Institute

Medical Care for the Needy

Michael Thompson
January 28, 2014

As our state’s General Assembly debates whether to expand the taxpayers’ financed Medicaid to an additional 400,000 of our citizens, we should step back and see what can be done today to

Virginia Economic Forecast 2013-2014: State to Add Jobs Despite Sequestration

Christine Chmura
June 20, 2013
From fiscal year 2001 to 2011, federal government spending nearly doubled and national defense spending increased

Three First Steps Toward Effective Teaching

Christian Braunlich

The National Council of Teacher Quality has given Virginia a D+ for teacher quality, notes Christian Braunlich in a report for the Virginia-based Thomas Jefferson Institute for Public Policy.

Students Without Borders: Funding Online Education in Virginia

Christian Braunlich
November 1, 2011

Because Virginia funds online schools using an outdated model based on funding bricks and mortar schools closest to student homes, online education and education choice are unlikely to expand in th

Two Reforms for Virginia's Students

Chris Braunlich
January 21, 2011

 

Death By Wind

David Schnare
February 22, 2011

 

Putting Wind on Trial

David Schnare
April 4, 2011

 

The Florida Lesson

Chris Braunlich
May 16, 2011

It's an important question because some members of the Virginia General Assembly seem to think so and base their decisions on that assumption.

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