Public Education
Geography of school choice part III: Small towns and Friday night lights

In rural towns, schools are geographic landmarks, major employers and, most importantly, the hub of high school football, which may help explain school choice deserts in less-populated Western states. Read More

August 28, 2023
Opinion, Public Education
Public education has made the West less religious, making room for the woke agenda

The most plausible explanation for the increasing secularization of society is the growth of public education.  This, according to economists Raphael Franck and Laurence Iannaccone in their seminal 2014… Read More

August 2, 2022