My son on his day in public school: We got to watch videos all day and no learning. As you might guess, I was thrilled to hear this. Perhaps he should testify in front of the legislature when teachers claim they are overworked and underpaid? And I supposedly live in a district with excellent schools! I … Continue reading The Last Days of Public School
In my Introduction to Political Philosophy class semester, I gave an essay final examination in which students had the option to answer this question: "Using one of the moral or political philosophies we have studied, defend a moral position on one of the following contemporary political issues: school vouchers, immigration restrictions, interrogational torture, or affirmative … Continue reading The Coming School Choice Moment?