Doing the same thing repeatedly while expecting different results is a sign of insanity, but what really defines the plaintiffs is banality. This is about the control of schools by bureaucrats, about work rules negotiated by unions and, not least, about money -- not allowing any to flow away from the usual channels.Newark mayor Cory Booker has proposed a plan for New Jersey that is similar to Arizona's.
The public school lobby, which apparently has little confidence in its product, lives in fear of competition -- the fear that if parents' choices are expanded, there will be a flight from public schools. But the tide is turning...
Thursday, February 01, 2007
SCHOOL CHOICE OPPONENTS are headed back to court to attempt to stop a program that gives tax credits in exchange for donations that enable children to attend private schools. Good luck, says George Will: