Neal McCluskey: Federal Elementary and Secondary Education Intervention is a Failure

What happens when the federal government gets involved in children’s education? How can we fix programs like No Child Left Behind? Neal McCluskey answers these questions but first points out that involving the federal government in education AT ALL places an unnecessary burden on the taxpayer and is a major Constitutional faux pas.

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Neal McCluskey is the Associate Director for Cato’s Center for Educational Freedom. He spoke at a Cato Hill Briefing on June 20, 2011.

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