Koret Task Force
The Koret Task Force in K-12 Education is a task force of the Hoover Institution that focuses on K-12 education policy. Like the other task forces, it serves to provide information and advice on policy, using a "collective approach that focuses on the Institution's research agenda.” The eleven members of the Koret Task Force promote vouchers, charter schools, and standardized testing.  They also serve as the editorial board of the Hoover Institution’s journal Education Next.
Members of the Koret Task Force include:
- Chester E. Finn, Jr.
- John E. Chubb
- Williamson M. Evers
- Eric Hanushek
- Paul T. Hill
- Caroline M. Hoxby
- Tom Loveless
- Terry M. Moe
- Paul E. Peterson
- Herbert J. Walberg
- Grover J. Whitehurst
The Koret Task Force is a project of the Hoover Institution. It also receives funding from:
- Koret Foundation
- Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation
- Mrs. Edmund W. Littlefield
- Bernard Lee Schwartz Foundation, Inc.
- Tad and Dianne Taube
- Taube Family Foundation
Articles and resources
Related SourceWatch articles
- "Task Forces and Working Groups Overview," Hoover Institution," retrieved 3/22/2011.
- "Koret Task Force on K–12 Education," "Hoover Institution," retrieved 3/22/2011.
- “About Education Next,” “Education Next,” retrieved 3/22/2011.
- “Koret Task Force on K-12 Education: Members," retrieved 3/22/2011.
- “Koret Task Force on K-12 Education,” Hoover Institution, retrieved 3/22/2011.