Neal McCluskey

Director, CATO Institute's Center for Educational Freedom

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Director of the CATO Institute's Center for Educational Freedom

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It’s been 60 years since the US Supreme Court ruled that racial segregation in public schools was unconstitutional.

Tackling the Resegregation of American Public Schools

It’s been 60 years since the US Supreme Court ruled that racial segregation in public schools was unconstitutional.

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Educators and Governors in all states — except Alaska and Texas — have agreed on uniform, national standards for teaching English and Math in grades K through 12.

Can Schools Aim High When Budgets Are Low?

Educators and Governors in all states — except Alaska and Texas — have agreed on uniform, national standards for teaching English and Math in grades K through 12.

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