From Government Monopoly to Educational Freedom: How School Choice Promises Better Academics and a Better Society
A talk and Q&A by Neal McCluskey, Ph.D. of the Cato Institute
TODAY: Sept. 14, 5-6:15 p.m.
Liberal Arts, Room 4310
Government provision of schools is supposed to create a well-educated and cohesive populace. But logic and evidence strongly suggest that school choice does both better.
Sponsored by the Political Economy Project and the Towson Economics Society