Despite huge subsidies for public schools and opposition by public-school teachers unions, the for-profit education industry is growing dramatically, far outpacing the growth of the U.S. economy. Dissatisfaction with public schools, rising household incomes, and other trends suggest that for-profit schools have a bright future.
|Other Independent Review articles by Joshua C. Hall|
|Fall 2012||Higher-Education Accreditation: Market Regulation or Government Regulation?|
|Other Independent Review articles by Richard K. Vedder|
|Fall 2013||The Declining Importance of Race and Gender in the Labor Market: The Role of Employment Discrimination Policies|
|Summer 2000||Heavens Door: Immigration Policy and the American Economy|
|Winter 2000||The Immigration Problem: Then and Now|