Two Updates to Start Your Week

  • School Choice: Not whether? but how? (Part 843): Over at the CATO Institute blog, Adam Schaeffer writes a pithy and provocative post arguing that education tax credits are a more robust design for school choice than vouchers. Pretty compelling stuff, if you ask me.
  • What’s that Sound? Everybody Look What’s Going Down in O-HI-O! A little while back, Ohio advanced its bid to become one of the leading states in the school choice movement by expanding choice beyond the city so that parents across the state could have options. Now, public schools are under pressure to improve. As you may have guessed, this has made bureaucrats and unions unhappy. Here are three articles detailing the madness: Canton, Cincinnati, Toledo

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