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Here's Why Competition Doesn't Work in Public Education

Center for Teaching Quality

"I rent houses out in the poor section of town. As long as it blows a little cool air, those people will be happy. I'll give you $50 bucks and haul this [old refrigerator] away right now." Click to read how this landlord's mentality relates to a competition-based market for education. CTQ's blogger and teacher Bill Ferriter analyzes the cost to our nation when we rely on a competitive market for our public education system.

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