Public problems, private solutions: school choice and its consequences
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What is the best way to organize education and achieve the greatest social benefits? Specific matters as to how schools are run—such as class size, teacher certification, teacher salaries, student testing, homework levels, and the curriculum—are important, but the primary issue is whether these matters are resolved through the choices of parents in a market setting or through government decisions in the political process.
Harrison, M. (2005). Public problems, private solutions: school choice and its consequences. Cato Journal, 25 (2), 197-215.