Market Education: The Unknown History by Andrew J. Coulson
A comprehensive examination of the history of education, that provides a roadmap for transitioning from monopolistic public education to market education.
Freedom and School Choice in American Education by Bradley Thompson, et. al.
A series of essays for a variety of perspectives (capitalist and anti-capitalist) on privatizing education.
Teaching Johnny to Think by Leonard Peikoff
Dr. Peikoff makes a compelling case for a rational system of education by contrasting three schools of philosophy and the different educational alternatives they propose to replace our present system. In the process, he defines a proper methodology and curriculum that will produce thinking high school graduates confident in their ability to achieve their goals.
The Beautiful Tree by James Toohey
An inspiring book on the author’s personal journey exploring how the world’s poorest people are educating themselves.
Marva Collins Way by Marva Collins
“Collins took in learning disabled, problem children and even one child who had been labeled by Chicago public school authorities as borderline retarded. At the end of the first year, every child scored at least five grades higher proving that the previous labels placed on these children were misguided.”