Despite various reports of the death of vouchers, mostly from people wishing that the idea were in fact dead, voucher programs and supporters keep gaining steam.
Today in the WSJ we learn about how both Democratic and Republican candidates for governor in Pennsylvania are voucher supporters. As the piece concludes:
The Obama Administration, which is phasing out a popular and successful school voucher program in Washington, D.C., at the insistence of teachers unions, refuses to acknowledge that vouchers can play a role in reforming K-12 education. But states and cities are the real engines of reform, and the Pennsylvania developments are another sign that the school choice movement is alive and well.