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Why Mitt Romney's Education Plan Will Sound Familiar To Hoosiers

As James E. Ryan writes for The New York Times‘ Campaign Stops blog, the education plan the Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney unveiled last week flies in the face of conventional wisdom on district boundaries: For the last half-century, just about every education reform — from desegregation to school choice — has taken care to […]

Year in Review: School Choice, Under God

At the beckoning of a scratchy voice piping in over the PA system every morning, students at Our Lady of Hungary Catholic School rise from their seats to recite a prayer together. It’s a typical scene in a parochial school. But there’s one big difference at this school this year: 65 of the students are […]

IPS: Bring On The Competition

Indianapolis Public Schools superintendent Eugene White drew a bright line Monday between the schools getting help from state-appointed turnaround operators and those the district currently controls, writing on the Hoosier Ed blog his district is “not afraid of competition”: Fear of competition is not what drives us on our continuing path toward excellence — it’s […]

Q&A with Richard Lee Colvin: National Perspective on Indiana's Voucher Program

Richard Lee Colvin has seen private school voucher programs before — Indiana’s just the new kid on the block. As the executive director of D.C. think tank Education Sector, he’s watched as private school voucher programs have cropped up around the country. They’re all founded, he says, on the free-market notion that “each and every […]

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