• Political Science
  • Published 1994

On the political economy of school deregulation

@inproceedings{Grosskopf1994OnTP,
  title={On the political economy of school deregulation},
  author={Shawna Grosskopf and Kathy Hayes and Lori L. Taylor and William L. Weber},
  year={1994}
}
Deregulation is a basic component of school reform. Without deregulation, schools could not respond to the incentive changes at the heart of more sophisticated reform proposals. Therefore, understanding the effects of deregulation on various interest groups provides insight into the political dynamics of the broader reform debate. In tnis paper, we simulate the likely impacts of deregulation. The simulation indicates that parents and students in poor school districts with a relatively high… CONTINUE READING

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