Ask a conservative: are school choice schemes created equal?

What we commonly call "school choice" is actually many competing proposals that range from options within traditional school districts to publicly financed private school tuition. How should we rank the proposals if we want to put the most power into the hands of families?We are joined by Lindsey Burk, Director of the Center for Education Policy at the Heritage Foundation, Lindsey oversees the foundation’s research and policy on issues pertaining to preschool, K-12, and higher education reform.

Posted by Citizen Ed on Tuesday, May 12, 2020

What we commonly call “school choice” is actually many competing proposals that range from options within traditional school districts to publicly financed private school tuition. How should we rank the proposals if we want to put the most power into the hands of families?

We are joined by Lindsey Burke, Director of the Center for Education Policy at the Heritage Foundation, Lindsey oversees the foundation’s research and policy on issues pertaining to preschool, K-12, and higher education reform.

Watch the video above and drop a comment sharing what you think is the main thing we should be focusing on when it comes to education policies.

Chris Stewart is the Chief Executive Officer of Education Post, a media project of the Results in Education Foundation. He is a lifelong activist and 20-year supporter of nonprofit and education-related causes. Stewart has served as the director of outreach and external affairs for Education Post, the executive director of the African American Leadership Forum (AALF), and an elected member of the Minneapolis Public Schools Board of Education.

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