Everyone agrees that we have too few good schools and too many lousy ones. What’s missing is a mechanism for replicating what works. Competitive for-profit markets have served that function in other fields, from cell phones to coffee shops. Can the same thing work in education? In this video Peje Emilsson, founder of Kunskapsskolan in Sweden, spoke at the Cato Institute on January 28, 2011 about working on these issues in Sweden.
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