We should have no difficulty conceding Milwaukee’s [Parental Choice Voucher Program’s] disappointing record while remaining coolly confident that sensible K–12 market reforms have the potential to boost productivity, spur purposive innovation, provide more nuanced accountability, and make the sector a magnet for talent. [Emphasis added]
Note that this faith is a faith in “the market.” That’s been working out real well lately.
I prefer this kind of “faith based policy.”
Thomas J. Mertz