Robert Enlow of the Milton and Rose Friedman foundation believes that it is not enough for school choice advocates to accept restricted choice programs that only help the poor.  He wants school choice to be available to every parent.  Read his powerful essay here.  In the meantime, here’s an excerpt:

If we truly want to ensure systemic reform, we should not
be limiting choice. We should be advocating choice for all parents.
Accept limited choice it if we must, so that the perfect
doesn’t become the enemy of the good. But let’s not allow limited
choice to become our main goal just because it’s easier to
achieve politically.


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