(Guest post by Greg Forster)
OCPA carries my article on the dangers of overregulating choice programs:
Recent proposals have suggested imposing new burdens on these programs in Oklahoma. One of the most common approaches is to demand that schools compile and turn over to the state extensive personal data on every participating student. This raises important student-privacy concerns. But lawmakers should also be asking what this or other proposed regulations has to do with helping parents hold their schools accountable. More power for regulators is less power for parents.
Your freedom to tell me what you think in the comments is regulated, but not overregulated, so fire away!