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The School-Choice Choices
By John D. Merrifield
This article appeared in the Fall 2000 issue of The Independent Review


Abstract

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



Volume 5 Number 2
Fall 2000

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