If the state wants to help, it can free local districts from disabling mandates and regulations, authorize a variety of institutions, including cities, to create new charter schools, and truly empower families by establishing education savings accounts. State bureaucrats aren’t responsible for the education of our children – parents are.
Thursday, February 11, 2016
OCPA fellow says parents are responsible
"We should give up on the idea that the state education establishment will force excellence on local schools. Instead, we must encourage districts, schools, and families to mount their own efforts to foster excellence," OCPA distinguished fellow Andrew Spiropoulos writes today in The Journal Record.