DC’s Frog Vouchers Becoming Princely

(Guest post by Greg Forster)

We interrupt this discussion of Prince lyrics to bring you an important announcement about another kind of prince!

You may have seen the news that a bipartisan coalition of voucher champions in Congress have once again saved the D.C. voucher program. What you may not have heard is the amazing news buried in the story:

The 1,615-student cap on enrollment will now be lifted and as many children as meet the income threshold will be able to apply.

Wow! The D.C. program has long been one of the biggest frogs of the voucher universe. What would it be like if it became a prince?

No opinion about who is the “princess” in this story is expressed or implied. But Boehner did tear up on TV that one time. Just saying.

We now return you to your regularly scheduled discussion of Prince lyrics.

One Response to DC’s Frog Vouchers Becoming Princely

  1. […] You read it right. The Heritage Foundation’s Lindsey Burke confirms: “The 1,615-student cap on enrollment will now be lifted and as many children as meet the income threshold will be able to apply.” I’m not much into fairy tales, but Jay Greene guest blogger Greg Forster says the agreement means D.C.’s “frog vouchers” could turn into a prince! […]

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