Sunday, September 10, 2006


This update focuses on education. A new school year is underway. Government control and liberalism continue to damage education. Meanwhile, teachers' unions are striking in the Detroit Public Schools and Eastern Michigan University.

Phyllis Schlafly shows how courts and the NEA are imposing liberalism on education.
Schlafly explains that government schools stifle debate about evolution.
Walter Williams exposes liberalism and miseducation on college campuses.
Bob Williams explains how unions take their members' money and give it to liberals.
Dan Lips explains how technology is improving education.
Andrew Young and Walter Block argue that education should be privatized.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

What do you think of the positive externality that creating an educated society is with regard to privatization of schooling? Is it so powerful that it is worth government subsidy?

It is clear that something needs to be done to improve public schools. I'm a huge proponent of vouchers to do this. Is it still worth removing all control of government from the equation however? The positive externality of having everyone in society be educated is very compelling. Regardless, reform is needed.