All posts tagged school choice

The Sinclair Act at 50: What History Tells Us about the Consequences of Consolidation

Read the full report | How much of the following sounds familiar? Maine people were told by the “powers that be” that the state’s schools were too costly. The problem, it was said, was that the educational system supported too […]

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Maine’s “Town Tuitioning” Program, Milton Friedman’s School Choice Ideal?

Read the full report | Economist Milton Friedman first described his vision for a school voucher program in a 1955 essay titled The Role of Government in

Education Service Districts Hold the Key to a Consolidation Compromise

Read the full reportA better approach is needed Despite months of work, the legislature appears little closer to finding a broadly acceptable approach to generating savings