When Schools Compete: A Cautionary Tale
Publisher: Brookings Institution Press | ISBN: 0815728352 | edition 2000 | CHM | 342 pages | 1,07 mb
High on the agenda of many school reformers are proposals for more autonomy for schools, choice for parents, and competition among schools. Though debate about these and related reforms-such as charter schools and vouchers-has been vigorous, it has typically been driven more by ideology than empirical data. Conspicuously missing is solid evidence of what happens to an entire school system when self-governing schools operate in a competitive environment over an extended period of time.
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