Choice for the better

Does choice improve education? The Christian Science Monitor asks the question and gets conflicting answers. Many educators don’t believe that market forces apply to education, and don’t believe needy parents are capable of choosing wisely.

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  1. an intriguing paret of htis article alluded to some backlash that I’ve not seen against the NYT/AFT article:

    In an unusual move, a group of 31 scholars signed on to an ad in The New York Times, where the study first appeared, criticizing its methodology and taking issue with the newspaper’s “uncritical coverage.”

    (don’t know how to make this italics or bold … is there a quick intro to scripting commands??)

  2. Ross (The Heartless Conservative) says:

    Simple text formatting is pretty intuitive:
    Bold is text , without the extra spaces.
    For italics

  3. Ross (The Heartless Conservative) says:

    Dang, dang, dang, meant to hit “Preview” instead of post last time.

  4. Ross (The Heartless Conservative) says:

    Simple text formatting is pretty intuitive:
    Bold “less than symbol” b “greater than symbol” text “less than symbol” /b “greater than symbol”

    Italics “less than symbol” i “greater than symbol” text “less than symbol” /i “greater than symbol”

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