Shortchanging Our Kids: How Poor Teacher Quality & Failed Government Policies Harm Students — Brooke Dollens, Terry Texas Public Policy Foundation

The U.S. k-12 education system is struggling under the enormous weight of the public school monopoly, poor teacher quality, and failed government policies. Expensive per student costs, stagnant test scores, high dropout rates, growing bureaucracies, low teacher morale, a shortage of good teachers, stagnant student achievement, and grade inflation all afflict American public schools. Taxpayers and their children pay the price for these failed education policies.

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