Wednesday, October 1, 2014

A Self-Serving Dollop of Nonsense from the Friedman Foundation for Educational Choice

Because I said so!
Author Jeff Spalding, the director of fiscal policy and analysis at the foundation, said he lacks the data to track exactly where those savings went in each state, but said it's just common sense that government savings from vouchers would naturally flow into other public purposes, such as schools, roads, law enforcement or health care.

Related posts:
Retiring Assembly Representative Steve Kestell sees school choice expansion as a "potential istake on the horizon".  (9/29/2014)
"In fairness" and "school choice demonstration project" should not be used in the same sentence.
Reading between the lines.  (9/8/2013)
Vos damns Olsen proposal with faint praise.  (8/15/2013)
Imagine Alberta Darling telling her Republican constituents, "You're my tools!"  (6/16/2013)
FoxNews 11 can't bring itself to say "tea party".  (6/13/2013)
ALEC's to death.  (6/7/2013)
Bought and paid for.  (5/3/2013)
Education vs. indoctrination.  (5/2/2013)
School choice field trip?  (4/26/2013)
Spending by school choice backers: Sort of like Christmas for some folks.  (4/15/2013)
Study analysis likely to be pooh-poohed by majority of the Wisconsin State Legislature, who prefer ideology over evidence.  (4/4/2013)
The New York Times provides an overview of school choice without mentioning the American Legislative Exchange Council's orchestration.  (3/26/2013)
Conjuring up a metaphorical firestorm.  (2/25/2013)
Wisconsin's school voucher program provides $6,400 in public money per private school student.  (12/2/2012)
Reporter Writes About "Flood" of School Voucher Legislation without Mentioning ALEC.  (8/2/2011)

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