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After the Collapse of Public Schools is the fourth in a series of books Richard Neal has written on the subject of freedom of choice in education. It is the culmination of many years of research and experience and covers topics not included in the author's previous books. The key lessons revealed in this book are: The government's interest in education can be satisfied while simultaneously allowing maximum freedom of choice for all families. Without certain essential prerequisites in place, there can be no true freedom of choice. There are powerful lobbies in The Education Establishment that willfully resist change. To them, freedom is the enemy. Many obstacles are in the way of freedom of choice, most of which are contrived to perpetuate the status quo. Striking differences exist between "education" in government schools and meaningful learning under freedom of choice True freedom in education unleashes a bounty of new learning opportunities not possible in government schools. The dominance of the government monopoly in education is coming to an end as competition is allowed to flourish.Technology is becoming an unstoppable force in releasing students from compulsory attendance (incarceration?
) in government schools. Revealed in this book are the fundamental guiding principles for effective learning, most of which are not possible in public schools. This book provides a unique forecast of what education will be like After the Collapse of Public Schools.