Monday, February 05, 2007

Somewhere, Milton Is Smiling OpinionJournal
Does this mark the end-times for public education?
"all new kindergartners would qualify, so that by 2020 all private school students would be eligible for vouchers."
We mention this sort of thing because, if you want curricula that include more history and more interactivity, the money for such invention comes mainly through the private and home school markets. Also, we do have the word "Open" in our name.

Read on in the article for some interesting observations on civilized policy development. Talk about compromise!
"Given that the average district gets $3,500 from the state and the average voucher is expected to be $2,000, a typical school district would gain some $1,500 every time a student left its system."

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