Myths about Childcare Subsidies – January 18, 2010
Is day care an unalloyed good? Policy Analyst Ben Eisen looks at the research literature and finds the benefits of daycare to be ambiguous, and that a universal childcare system is likely an overly expensive and inefficient policy option.
Media Release - Myths about Childcare Subsidies – January 18, 2010
Is day care an unalloyed good? A new paper by Frontier's Ben Eisen looks at the research literature and finds the benefits of daycare to be ambiguous, and that a universal childcare system is likely an overly expensive and inefficient policy option.
NO Second Class Citizens – June 26, 2009
When you look not at the goals of the welfare state, but its actual performance, the results are depressing. In the last 80 years we have grown far wealthier than we once were. Yet today, there are more who receive welfare than ever before.
Pluralizing Post-Secondary Education – January 15, 2007
A recent study of future post-secondary enrolment predicts an acute shortage of students for Canada’s colleges and universities unless more non-traditional applicants are drawn in.
Creating a High Performance Public School System in Manitoba – September 15, 2006
If we adopted a clear-headed, results-oriented philosophy of education „Ÿ and embarked in a consequent manner on the reform of standards, finances and administration „Ÿ we could create the strongest public school system in the country. Instead of the province which spends the largest percentage of GDP on schools, Manitoba would become renowned as the province that achieved the best results.
Canada's Education Secret – May 24, 2006
Pension off School Boards – April 15, 2006
Manitoba's modern experience with school divisions is uniformly negative. Let's modernize school administration and funding.
Yvonne Chan PowerPoint: Poor Schools that Work – November 27, 2004
PowerPoint slides from the 2004 Education Frontiers Lecture featuring Yvonne Chan from Los Angeles