Reason From Dillon

Over at Reason they’re having a debate about No Child. ES’ Erin Dillon takes the unpopular position that scrapping No Child Left Behind isn’t such a hot idea and that markets need information to work anyway. Andrew Coulson disagrees, surprisingly sees choice as the answer, and argues that federal conditional aid is an affront to the Constitution.

One Reply to “Reason From Dillon”

  1. Information is critical if the process ist o work well. You should read Henry Levin’s article/chapter on the costs associated with providing an adequate amount of information for school choice plans. It ain’t cheap.

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