2014-07-29 The Telegraph
The Adam Smith Institute said that independent schools represent one of the cheapest ways for the government to improve exam results and pupils' potential earnings. The study, by Gabriel Heller Sahlgren (affiliated to IFN), showed how competition among Holland’s independent schools had developed higher international test scores, while driving costs down.
2014-07-21 National Review Online
In the 1990s, Sweden introduced one of the most ambitious school-voucher systems in the world. In National Review Online Tino Sanandaji, IFN, weighs in on the debate over Sweden’s school performance and the role played by this voucher program. Sanandaji argues that the Swedish school crisis can not be attributed to Sweden's embrace of school choice.
2014-07-21 Education Investor
Gabriel Heller Sahlgren, affiliated to IFN, writes in the British Education Investor (June/July issue) that "it is time to end the national ban on profit-making companies owning and operating state-funded schools in England, and let them drive the progress in education just as theyv have done in the economy at large."