Chinese Translation of Climate Change Reconsidered
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Making Texas Public Education More Efficient: Taxpayer Savings Grant Program
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The Parent Trigger: Justification and Design Guidelines
Sometimes, it seems as though the debate over school reform takes place in an alternate universe where time passes but nothing really changes.
Sports Stadium Madness: Is Fan Ownership the Answer?
The Heartland Institute, a free-market think tank whose researchers have questioned government subsidies to sports stadiums since the mid 1980s, has released a new Policy Brief proposing f
The Indiana School Scholarship Act (House Bill 1003): Commentary and Analysis
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Corrections to Fiscal Note for Taxpayers’ Savings Grants Program
Budget Impact of the Texas Taxpayers’ Savings Grant Program
The Taxpayers’ Savings Grant Program (TSGP) is a very concise piece of legislation, apparently intended to address the state’s looming biannual budget deficit by reducing enrollment and associated
How Teachers in Texas Would Benefit from Expanding School Choice
Teacher unions often lead the opposition to legislation that would expand the ability of parents to choose the schools – whether public or private – their children attend.
The Patriot's Toolbox
Rarely have more people in the United States been so deeply concerned about the direction of their country as right now, in 2010.
The Parent Trigger: A Model for Transforming Education
The Parent Trigger is an innovation in education reform recently passed into law in California.
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