Each of modern rationales for energy subsidies that have proposed over the decades, suffers from fundamental analytic weaknesses that should discredit them and the subsidies that result from them.&
Is economic liberty necessary for individuals to lead truly ourishing lives? Whether your immediate answer is yes or no, this question is deceptively simple. What do we mean by liberty?
Competency-based education (CBE) awards academic credit based on what students can prove they have learned rather than the amount of time spent in class.
The existing private student loan market is largely “backward-looking”: lenders make loans based on credit scores and the availability of a cosigner rather than the student’s potential and/or the e
Education Savings Accounts: The New Frontier in School Choice: Education Savings Accounts and State Administrative Agencies
Gerard Robinson of the American Enterprise Institute writes that ESAs arrive on the national scene at a time when school choice is one of the most import social movements since the civil rights cam
Education Savings Accounts: The New Frontier in School Choice: Hubs and Spokes: The Supply Side Response to Deregulated Education Funding
Education Savings Accounts: The New Frontier in School Choice: Education Savings Accounts: The Great Unbundling of K-12 Education
Adam Peshek of the Foundation for Excellence in Education writes that whether it is about who is eligible, how many students are able to participate, the amount of funding they receive, or how fund
Education Savings Accounts: The New Frontier in School Choice: Coupons to Accounts: The Evolution of Parental Choice Programs
Matthew Ladner of the Foundation for Escellence in Education writes that lawmakers in many states have passed account-based K-12 choice programs.
This paper by Allysia Finley of the Wall Street Journal expamines how ESAs play out in the "real world" by highlighting how families are using ESAs in states across the country.
Education Savings Accounts: The New Frontier in School Choice: Public and Policymaker Perceptions of Education Savings Accounts: The Road to Real Reform?