There’s much to celebrate this year:
Milton and Rose D. Friedman envisioned a true revolution in American education. Their ideal was simple but powerful: give every parent the power and freedom to choose their children’s education. Unquestionably, 2011 was a breakthrough year in the quest to see that vision achieved in the United States. Thirteen states enacted school choice programs (this includes Washington, D.C., and Douglas County, Colorado). A total of 19 programs were enacted or improved—including the creation of eight new programs and the expansion of 11 existing ones.
Appropriately, this year’s report is subtitled Rising Tide. Check it out!
That’s a pretty big improvement over the plain text and little silhouettes of states it used to consist of when I edited it. Kudos!