Oy vey, form the “I can’t make this stuff up file” Doug Tuthill of step up
for students, which makes millions in public money to manage Florida’s voucher
program, wrote in a ReDefined Ed piece: This concern with market share (for
public schools) is a logical response to the expanding array of schooling
options now available to families, including low-income families. But I’m
uncomfortable with school districts becoming businesses in a competitive market
or even hypocritical, coming from the president of the country’s largest
private school choice organization.
defenders, they keep changing the narrative. They say vouchers and charter
schools are here to save kids from failing public schools, what they don’t do
any better and often do worse, what they meant to say was vouchers and charter
schools are here to foster competition, what public schools are competing and
bringing students back, well that’s not something they should be allowed to do.
who has gotten rich off the school choice movement for example, would just say;
hey I saw an opportunity to make a lot of money so I took it.