• John Locke Update

    Should the UNC System reduce tuition and fees?

    posted August 3, 2020 by Grey Davis
    While the majority of university faculty believe that online teaching is inferior to in-person instruction and invites academic fraud, UNC students now face a fall semester without the advantages…
  • Research Report

    Ten Myths about North Carolina’s Private Schools: A Parent’s Guide

    posted July 29, 2009 by Dr. Terry Stoops
    This guide is a first step in a larger effort to correct decades-old misconceptions about North Carolina's private schools. In the spring of 2009, the John Locke Foundation conducted a survey of all private schools in North Carolina. Much of the information below comes from responses to the questionnaire.
  • Research Report

    Building a Case for School Choice: Initial Results from a Survey of North Carolina’s Private Schools

    posted June 28, 2009 by Dr. Terry Stoops
    Better information about North Carolina’s private schools is the first step toward persuading legislators and policymakers to increase educational options for North Carolina families. To this end, the John Locke Foundation conducted a survey of North Carolina’s private schools to gather and analyze data on private schools generally not available to the public. This policy report provides a descriptive overview of questionnaire results of North Carolina’s private schools, focusing on private school academics, students, personnel, finance, and attitudes toward school choice.
  • Press Release

    NC House Budget Isn’t “Timely”

    posted April 16, 2003
    RALEIGH — The North Carolina House has moved with uncharacteristic speed to devise a budget plan for the 2003-05 biennium, but a preliminary analysis by the John Locke Foundation questions…

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