He's served on a public school board in Ohio for six years and has studied the writings of Ludwig von Mises, the economist well-liked by libertarians. So, it's not shocking to hear that Jim Fedako's worlds eventually collided.
His revelation: " ... I can state that government cannot solve the current education fiasco, and never will. Mises knew this in the early 1900s, but the advocates of public education sit here in the 21st century pretending that what Mises said has no value. They truly accept the Progressive belief that government is the way to salvation. I am here to say that Mises was indeed correct."
Mr. Fedako , may you enjoy many fruitful years as a free-market education champion.