It begins an important shift of government from a monopoly provider of education into an enabler of education in whatever form or forum it most benefits the child. By reducing the need for bureaucracies and capital construction, education savings accounts can reverse the ever-growing costs of public education, even as the accounts provide resources for families to save for college. ... Most important, they hitch public policy to infinite technological possibilities, creating the first truly 21st-century education model wherein public funding follows the child.
Tuesday, June 16, 2015
'The first truly 21st-century education model'
"The emergence of education savings accounts may mark the beginning of the end for an ossified education-delivery system that is has changed little since the 19th century," Clint Bolick writes in The Wall Street Journal.