School-choice advocates usually speak of only two alternatives: public-school choice (open enrollment among public schools) and private-school choice (taxpayers subsidizing private-school tuition). Yet two other alternatives hold even greater promise for improving education: child-centered funding and outright (consumer-funded) privatization.
|Other Independent Review articles by John D. Merrifield|
|Fall 2006||Choice and Competition in American Education|
|Summer 2002||Schools, Vouchers, and the American Public|