Education Savings Accounts

Is 2015 the new ‘year of school choice?’

The school choice movement has already set a new high-water mark this year. The Wall Street Journal labeled 2011 the “year of school choice,” after states either created or expanded 13 school choice programs. But 2015 has surpassed that tally, and then some. Jason Bedrick of the libertarian-leaning Cato Institute has been[Read More…]

Berkeley liberals and the roots of ESAs

This is the second post in our series on the Voucher Left. Way back in 1978, when Bee Gees ruled the radio and kids dumped pinball for Space Invaders, a couple of liberal Berkeley law professors were promoting a variation on “universal” school vouchers that they believed would ensure equity[Read More…]