Power to the People!

(Guest Post by Matthew Ladner)

The Illinois Policy Institute interviews Howard Fuller on vouchers and voucher critics:

Priceless…

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2 Responses to Power to the People!

  1. Ayn Marie says:

    In order to provide equal access, vouchers must be universal and nondiscriminatory with regard to income level or any other variable. The concept of getting the proverbial “foot in the door” because of whatever criteria are chosen (and just who should have the power to decree them?), is often used as an excuse for limiting vouchers.
    The education system as a whole fails in “educating” students, and to suggest that students from middle class families are getting a “proper” education is a fallacy. Yes, we can discuss levels of inferior education and facilities, and inner cities win, but no child should be sacrificed in the current or a future system.

  2. pdexiii says:

    Milton Friedman lives.
    I’m now an unabashed Fuller groupie.

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