Vouchers Go Bipartisan in Pennsylvania


The WSJ reports good news from Pennsylvania. Both the Republican AND Democratic candidates are supporting school vouchers. Highlights:

Last month, and to widespread surprise, Democratic gubernatorial candidate Dan Onorato came out in support of school vouchers for underprivileged kids.

[In] November Pennsylvania voters will get to choose between two candidates who are on record in support of a statewide school voucher program.

The Obama Administration … refuses to acknowledge that vouchers can play a role in reforming K-12 education. But states and cities are the real engines of reform, and the Pennsylvania developments are another sign that the school choice movement is alive and well.

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One Response to “Vouchers Go Bipartisan in Pennsylvania”

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