School vouchers are sometimes helpful and never harmful, as Colorado amicus brief explains.
Why give public school teachers a huge financial incentive to stay long after they've burnt out?
Equality or quality? And can judges fix schools?
A California judge has struck down state laws on public school teacher tenure under the California state constitution. Some are celebrating , but the opinion strikes me as weak.
New research confirms that laptop use in the classroom can inhibit learning and comprehension.
Given that the constitutionality of affirmative action preferences in higher education is premised on the diversity rationale, the argument that curtailing preferences uniquely disadvantages minority students was a sure loser.
There are a lot of state constitutional law theories that would restrict vouchers in some way -- and they're not all based on religion.
North Carolina's voucher program is on hold after the judge granted a preliminary injunction. This opinion is non-crazy, but it still leaves the path open to vouchers by other means.
Intelligence Squared presented a provocative debate at Harvard Law School about affirmative action on campus.