Economists like school choice, but education professor twists survey to say the opposite

Someone needs to give Susan Dynarski a primer in how to read survey results.

The University of Michigan professor of education, public policy and economics managed to twist a survey to say the exact opposite of its results in her New York Times“Upshot” column Friday, titled “Free Market for Education? Economists Generally Don’t Buy It.”

Dynarski doesn’t like school vouchers, and it leads her to con readers into thinking economists don’t, either. She cited a 2011 survey of elite university economists by the University of Chicago school of business...

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