lunedì 12 settembre 2016

Education Equity (voucher) Arnold Kling

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Education Equity (voucher)
Arnold Kling
Citation (APA): Kling, A. (2015). Education Equity (voucher) [Kindle Android version]. Retrieved from

Parte introduttiva
Nota - Posizione 2
a cosa si oppone chi si oppone ai voucher? alla violazione del conformismo e della tradizione 2 questini di equità: redditi e disabilità... entrambe neutrali rispetto ai v. (basta dare + v. ai bisognosi)
Evidenzia (giallo) - Posizione 11
One voucher proponent tells me that he is opposed to markets in education, because "Markets create winners and losers."
Nota - Posizione 12
Evidenzia (giallo) - Posizione 12
His point of view appears to be that markets are the poison apple of inequality
Evidenzia (giallo) - Posizione 15
For example, I oppose a market in professional baseball. I do not care about other sports, but in baseball I value equity and tradition more than efficiency and innovation.
Nota - Posizione 16
Evidenzia (giallo) - Posizione 18
In baseball, if there is no innovation, and the quality of play holds steady, that is acceptable.
Evidenzia (giallo) - Posizione 20
two equity issues. One issue pertains to parental income.
Nota - Posizione 21
Evidenzia (giallo) - Posizione 21
The other issue pertains to learning disabilities.
Nota - Posizione 22
Evidenzia (giallo) - Posizione 27
larger vouchers to people who have less income
Evidenzia (giallo) - Posizione 28
larger vouchers to students with learning disabilities.
Evidenzia (giallo) - Posizione 42
If hardly any private schools offer programs for a learning disability, then this is a sign that the funds for that disability are not sufficient.
Evidenzia (giallo) - Posizione 47
Our current education system is regressive with respect to income and not clearly progressive with respect to learning disabilities.