Wednesday, January 25, 2006

Well that's interesting. New Stossel column about school choice. :: Columns :: Trapped in the wrong government school by John Stossel - Jan 25, 2006:

Why can't she choose her child's school? Most countries that beat America on international tests give their students that choice. In Belgium, the government spends less than American schools do on each student, but the money is attached to the kids. So they can go wherever they want -- to a state-run school, a Montessori school, or even a religious school.

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