Overseeing Performance in a Diversifying Educational Ecosystem
The red tape K–12 educators must endure is something of a running joke in the U.S.—a status quo many see as tragically bureaucratic and unchangeable. As more and more cities and states diversify the schooling options available to families, educational choice markets, too, need to become a part of the regulation conversation. In this report, Mike McShane examines the regulatory process and historical justifications for regulation to lay a groundwork for his four-step solution for reforming how K–12 education is regulated today.
To listen to McShane discuss his report on the EdChats podcast, click here.