Beating The Public Sector Choice Drum A Bit More

The other day we talked about Rick Hess’ unified theory of education. In today’s NYT I lay out one of mine: If the public school community doesn’t embrace more pluralism in how we provide public education the institution will decline. And, by making the debate about choice v. no choice the teachers’ unions are taking the promising option of choice within the public sector off the table. The immediate issue is virtual charter schools, which are a minor phenomenon but illustrative of the larger issues.

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