Friday, September 9, 2016

Liberal think tank spotlights Oklahoma's black market in school choice

Over at the blog of the Oklahoma Policy Institute, Camille Landry has an excellent post on Oklahoma families who break the law in order to secure a better education for their children.

Boundary-hopping has been going on for a long time, of course—Tulsa Union even employs border-patrol bureaucrats to check the bedrooms of 12-year-old girls—but it's good to see the issue getting some much-needed attention.

UPDATE: Jonathan Small discusses this important topic on The Trent England Show.

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