The effective running of schools is hampered by a number of features of government institutions that are shared by almost all public schools in the United States. Among them are:
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strict guidelines and policies for employees. According to student achievement, the most successful schools are often those where hiring and firing practices are unaffected by external regulators or supervisors. In their 1990 book Politics, Markets and America’s Schools, John Chubb of the Brookings Institution and Terry Moe of Stanford University offered a convincing justification for this.