"Education" Article Items

People have given the government considerable responsibility for the education of their children.  In many cases, public schools are excellent, while in inner-city America, public schools are little more than babysitters.  This series examines some solutions to this problem.

Charter Schools – Introduction

Schools in inner-city America have failed in their responsibility to educate children. Students graduate with functional illiteracy and are unable to get good jobs.

Posted on September 7, 2020 by

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Charter Schools Charter schools recently have been at the forefront concerning the education of America’s children.  It is clear to many that some public schools – especially in inner-city minority neighborhoods – have been a dismal failure. Education in the United States has been a topic of intense political concern since the foundation of the country almost 250 years ago. Public schools throughout history have enjoyed the support of the community as they provide a means educating children whose parents might have limited education themselves.  The education of children was thought important to enable them to become contributing members of… Read More »