In a piece published on National Review Online today, Michael McShane casts a critical eye on a study that touts extraordinary benefits from two 1970's-era preschool programs for disadvantaged children. A small sample size, along with the prohibitively expensive per-pupil cost of the program studied, give us reason to be cautious before assuming that the study's findings could be replicated on a large scale. Click here to read the entire piece.

Michael Q. McShane

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Michael McShane
Mike McShane is the Director of Education Policy for the Show-Me Institute. He is a former high school teacher and earned his PhD in Education Policy at the University of Arkansas. Before coming to the Show-Me Institute, Mike worked at the American Enterprise Institute as a research fellow.