Thoughts on Choice
by Harold Howe II - 1991
The author offers a few of his worries about a rapid move toward choice as the main basis for improving schools. The authorís dominant worry about choice as a panacea (which Chubb and Moe say it is) is a gnawing suspicion that panaceas are most unlikely to exist for large, complicated social problems.
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