Posts by Vicki E. Alger
Vicki E. Alger is a Research Fellow at the Independent Institute and Senior Fellow and Director of the Women for School Choice Project at the Independent Women’s Forum. She is the author of the Independent book, Failure: The Federal Misedukation of America’s Children.
The Real Educational Choice Debate Isn’t About Money. It’s About Government Control
Try Parental Choice to Reverse Poor Global Rankings
Does Pell Propel College Graduates?
Even When School Choice Works, Critics Call It a Failure
A Glimpse into the College Entitlement Mentality
Have a Student Loan Question? Take a Number and Wait in Line
School May Be Out, but the Criticism of Common Core Isn’t Taking a Vacation
Don’t Blame “Underfunding” for Soaring College Prices
Califor-ni-ED May Be Coming to a Classroom Near You
Which States Get the Biggest Piece of the Federal Education Funding Pie?
Parental Choice, Not Compulsory Preschool, Is “The Way of the Future”
Expanding the Schooling Monopoly One Toddler at a Time
Fed ED Flunks
Parental Choice: A Better Way to Fulfill the Legacy of Brown v. Board of Education
The Latest Innovation in Education: Empowering Parents
Fed ED: Boon or Boondoggle for Teachers?
California Charter School Breaks Away from District
Fear and Trembling in Phoenix: A Common Core Cautionary Tale, Part I
Reflections on National School Choice Week
Parental Choice Is a Better Path to Student Proficiency
Education Results, Not Spending Rankings, Count Most
U.S. Department Flunks Data Security ... Again
K-12 Course Choice: The Next Evolution in School Choice?
We Need to End, Not Mend, the ESEA
Honoring Veterans with Parental Choice in Education

  • Catalyst
  • Beyond Homeless