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Parents who may be fretting the most about school quality have the least to worry about.

The authors look at huge databases about math performance.

Some well-known private schools in Maryland are getting books and computers that are being paid for by public funds.

Here are some questions about elite private schools that are raised in a probing article in the latest edition of Independent School magazine: Why aren’t more independent leaders speaking out about the pedagogical perversions of No Child Left Behind and Race to the Top? Why aren’t more independent school leaders speaking out against growing inequality? Here's more about the article.