It's National School Choice Week. There's less there than meets the eye.
The House majority leader, who usually likes local control of education, warns Bill de Blasio to do what what Cantor wants or else.
Are some kids being left behind?
If the choice and competition campaign succeeds, any sense of community we could hope to have will be sold down the river, American University's education dean says.
The idea of giving students a choice of where to go school -- with public funds -- may sound good, but there are problems attached.
Vouchers have been at the center of the school choice movement for many reformers, but they may be in trouble.
Here's an argument about why the school choice movement has failed to provide real choice for families.
What's the difference between vouchers and neovouchers? That and more on vouchers and their cousins.
There are racial and class currents that undergird every element of the school “choice” movement, argues Natalie Hopkinson.