Now that Milwaukee and Cleveland have publicly-funded school voucher programs, we can see how vouchers work in practice. The verdict, after visits to four voucher-supported schools: a straight A.
In Britain, progressive ed banished competition and testing as harmful and elitist. Result: underachieving young males.
Education is more crucial than ever in todays knowledge-based economy, yet the public schools languish in mediocrity or failure. We can fix them through competition and tougher standards.
Foster care, with its traffic in abused and neglected children, has become integral to the inner-city economy. Advocates, who should be horrified, are eerily calm.
For 25 years, New Yorks antidemocratic Legislature has been hampering the citys prosperity and quality of life.
Only New Yorks highest court could come up with a ruling that makes career criminals harder to convict than first-time malefactors.
Oh, to be in England
Morningside Heights Diarist