American Populist Support for Choice in K-12 Education
In this article, we explore why American populists may be attracted to the educational choice. Though populist factions may support either elitist institutions and policies or institutions and policies that promote pluralism in the short term, their motivations and interests over the long term may d...
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|published in:||Journal of school choice Vol. 15; no. 1; pp. 18 - 58|
|Data of publication:||01/02/2021|
|Online Access:||available in Bonn?|
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