America's Future Work Force: A Health and Education Policy Issues Handbook

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NOTES
1
Doyle, D. P., and Hartle, T. W., Excellence in Education: The States Take Charge ( Washington, DC: American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research, 1985), 1.
2
Lays, J., "Educating Eddie", State Legislatures, April 1991, 20-21.
3
Chubb, J. E., and Moe, T. M., Politics, Markets, and America's Schools ( Washington, DC: Brookings Institution, 1990), 1.
4
Doyle, D. P., Cooper, B. S., and Trachtman, R., "Education Ideas & Strategies for the 1990s", American Enterprise, March/April 1991, 26.
6
Lays, 20.
7
Doyle, Cooper, and Trachtman, 26.
8
Education Commission of the States (ECS), "Keeping the Promises of Reform: A State Strategy" (Denver: ECS, 1991). See also ECS, School Reform in 10 States (Denver: ECS, December 1988).
9
See U.S. Advisory Commission in Intergovernmental Relations, Federal Regulation of State and Local Governments: The Mixed Record of the 1980s ( Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, July 1993).
10
Doyle, Cooper, and Trachtman, 26.
11
Elam, S. M., Rose, L. C., and Gallup, A. M., "The 23rd Annual Gallup Poll of the Public's Attitudes Toward the Public Schools", Phi Delta Kappan, September 1991, 52.
12
State Legislatures, April 1992, 10; "New Texas School Plan Faces Challenge", Washington Post, June 2, 1993; Jones, T., "Public Schools All Over Strive to Stay Afloat", Chicago Tribune, June 6, 1993, 1, 5; "Court Ruling Leaves Texas School Finance Dispute Far from Resolved", Washington Post, December 11, 1993, A6.
13
Herbers, J., "The Real Obstacle to Education Reform", Governing, June 1991, 74.
14
Education Commission of the States (ECS), "Status of Reform 1991: A Report to the Business-Education Policy Forum" (Denver: ECS, 1991), 2-3.
16
Walsh, E., "Michigan Voters to Weigh Sharp Rise in Sales Tax", Washington Post, May 31, 1993, A13; Walsh, E., "After Killing Property Taxes for Schools, Michigan Deadlocks on Funding". Washington Post, December 18, 1993. A6.
17
Chubb, J. E., and Hanushek, E. A., "Reforming Educational Reform", in Aaron, H. J. (ed.), Setting National Priorities: Policy for the Nineties ( Washington, DC: Brookings Institution, 1990), 213. See also National Academy of Public Administration, The Public Management Challenge in K to 12 Education: New Partnerships and New Approaches ( Washington, DC: National Academy of Public Administration, May 1991).
18
Education Commission of the States, "Status of Reform 1991", 1.
19
Ibid. See also the following ECS reports: Introduction to Systemic Education Reform: Restructuring the Education System ( 1992); Exploring Policy Options to Restructure Education ( 1991).
20
Sylvester, K., "Business and the Schools: The Failure and Promise", Governing, September 1992, 25.
21
Graham, E., "Digging for Knowledge", Wall Street Journal, September 11, 1992, 81.
22
Elmore, R. F., "Introduction: On Changing the Structure of Public Schools",

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