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The Indispensability of Competition and Choice in Minnesota K-12 Education. By Mitch Pearlstein
Minnesota’s public employee pension system is broken. The state’s reported unfunded liabilities are estimated by the state to be $17.3 billion. If reasonable economic assumptions are used, the amount is far larger. This is a ticking fiscal time bomb for Minnesota.
Minnesotans want a transportation system that gets them to their destinations quickly and at a reasonable cost. Nearly everyone relies on a car, and on goods being delivered on time. We need to prioritize our transportation dollars to make sure people and goods get where they need to go as quickly and safely as possible.
When it comes to elementary and secondary education in Minnesota and especially the Twin Cities, vouchers represent the single most promising approach for reducing immense achievement gaps between white and many minority students.
- Kim Crockett
Jul 26, 2014
- Randal O'Toole
Jul 4, 2014
- Mitch Pearlstein
Jun 30, 2014
- Mitch Pearlstein
Jun 30, 2014
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Jun 30, 2014
- Peter J. Nelson
Jun 5, 2014
- Katherine Kersten
May 27, 2014
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May 25, 2014
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May 22, 2014
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May 20, 2014
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Apr 14, 2014
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Mar 5, 2014
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