Tuesday, November 9, 2010

OK Policy recognizes Choice Remarks

"If you’re an Oklahoman interested in state politics and policy, it’s not easy to know which blogs provide good information and interesting perspectives on the issues you care about," writes David Blatt of the Oklahoma Policy Institute. David put together a list of 15 key blogs, and was kind enough to include Choice Remarks, about which he wrote:
One of several blogs maintained by Oklahoma Council of Public Affairs vice president Brandon Dutcher, this blog focuses on education issues and pushes for alternatives to traditional public education through tax credits, vouchers, and charter schools. With Republicans solidly in control at the state Capitol, Brandon’s blog is likely to be an increasingly influential source of ideas on education policy for the state’s elected leaders.

Thanks, David, for the good word.

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