A. Barton Hinkle on a Private Model for Learning

Credit: loop oh / Foter.com / CC BY-NDCredit: loop oh / Foter.com / CC BY-NDAdvocates of public education routinely assert that greater government money and control are required to fix what ails America’s schools. But as A. Barton Hinkle reports, a public-private education partnership in Richmond, Virginia points to a better solution: Forget the top-down formulas dictated by bureaucrats in Washington or New York and focus on individually tailored programs that treat every student differently.


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