Learning from the long-term effects of school choice
An interview with Dan Goldhaber about new research on the impact of disadvantaged kids being assigned less effective teachers.
New retirement options offer teachers portability and shorter vesting periods
Lessons from California can inform expansion efforts nationwide
Researchers from the Urban Institute have released a study looking at how long it takes students to travel from home to school in five different cities where families have a significant amount of educational choice.
In this episode, David L. Leal, professor at the University of Texas, sits down with Paul E. Peterson to discuss how Latinos vote, what Latinos think of their kids’ schools, and whether the views of Latinos differ significantly from the views of other Americans.