Helen Ladd is the Susan B. King professor of public policy and professor of economics at Duke University’s Sanford School of Public Policy. Most of her current research focuses on education policy. She is particularly interested in various aspects of school accountability, education finance, teacher labor markets, and school choice.
The US charter school movement should learn from England’s academy system
by Helen Ladd and Edward Fiske |
Self-governing schools, parental choice, and the public interest
by Helen Ladd |