It’s Not An Easy Time To Be A Teacher, Part IV

We finish up the last of our four part series (Part I, Part II, Part III) with “Giving Kids the Chaff; How to Find and Keep the Teachers We Need” by Marie Gryphon, Cato Policy Analysis No. 579, September 25, 2006.  This entire paper is excellent and very much worth...

The False Hopes Of Preschool

TNSC is neither for nor against preschool.  Parents must decide based on the needs of their child.  However, we do object to the incessant, ongoing campaign of misleading information and outright lies concerning the benefits of preschool.  Parents cannot make good...

Answering Dr. Smrekar

TNSC would like to respond to questions and concerns expressed by Dr. Claire Smrekar, Associate Professor of Public Policy and Education at Vanderbilt University, in a commentary posted on the Score Sheet titled “Why Imperatives Matter: Choice & Democratic...

Public Education, Free But Not Freedom

One of the false assertions we hear concerning choice is “public education is crucial to the American melting pot.”   However, forcing such diverse peoples into one learning environment based solely on where they live has dumbed down our ability to education our...

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