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Koret Task Force

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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.”[1] The eleven members of the Koret Task Force promote vouchers, charter schools, and standardized testing. [2] They also serve as the editorial board of the Hoover Institution’s journal Education Next.[3]

Members

Members of the Koret Task Force[4] include:

Funding

The Koret Task Force is a project of the Hoover Institution. It also receives funding[5] 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

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References

  1. "Task Forces and Working Groups Overview," Hoover Institution," retrieved 3/22/2011.
  2. "Koret Task Force on K–12 Education," "Hoover Institution," retrieved 3/22/2011.
  3. “About Education Next,” “Education Next,” retrieved 3/22/2011.
  4. “Koret Task Force on K-12 Education: Members," retrieved 3/22/2011.
  5. “Koret Task Force on K-12 Education,” Hoover Institution, retrieved 3/22/2011.

External resources

Wikipedia: Koret Task Force

Hoover: Koret Task Force

Education Next

External articles