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Education reform: School choice works, preschool doesn (access required)

American public education has been in a state of reform since the Soviet Union launched Sputnik in the late 1950s. From frivolous fads to harmful trends, educators have seen it all. All the while, per student spending has almost quadrupled and test scores have either dropped or stagnated. Nationally, we spend almost $10,000 per student, yet ...

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