Andrew Coulson, of the Cato Institute, tackles the dicey topic of federal school vouchers. He's not only opposed, he cites how the Dutch's experiment with independent voucher schools has failed. (I take it Coulson won't be giving this Cato publication any props.)
Mr. Coulson, instead, advocates for state education credits as one way to break up the g-school monopoly. He argues: "A complete education tax credit program has two parts: a credit for parents to use against their own expenses, and a credit for individuals and businesses who donate to private Scholarship-Granting Organizations (SGOs). The first part helps middle-income families pay for their own children's schooling, and the second part ensures that low-income families also have the resources they need to participate in the education marketplace."