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Competition and Education Reform

Competition, Education

Eileen Norcross, Jerrod Anderson, and Johann van der Walt

Mercatus Center

Mercatus on Policy No. 68

February 2010

Excerpt: Competition is not a state of affairs; it is a process that is defined not by the number of competitors in a market, but by the ease with which potential competitors can enter the market.  Instead of introducing competition, federal funding will likely continue to homogenize state education policy rather than encourage flexibility, greater responsiveness, and diversity.

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