Educational Choice

Educational choice allows parents to make choices for their children’s education rather than relying on the hope that the traditional education monopoly of forcing children to attend schools according to where they live will benefit all children equally. With the introduction of choice, competition is likely to increase both quality and efficiency in publicly funded education.

Universal School Choice Empowers Parents and Undermines Indoctrination
Brad Galbraith
June 9, 2021
Open Transfer, Great! But Transfer to Where?
Brad Galbraith
May 19, 2021
Grand Jury’s Epic Schools Report - Abuse of…
Mike Davis
May 17, 2021
Public Funds for Public Schools: A Hollow Slogan
Byron Schlomach
March 8, 2021
Whose Job Is It Anyway? Parents Versus Bureaucrats in…
Tyler Williamson
February 15, 2021
Stop Nibbling Around the Edges of School Choice
Mike Davis
January 20, 2021
Professional Teacher Charter Schools: Proposal with Model Legislation
Byron Schlomach
October 21, 2020
Kids in Tow: Contrasting Educational Choice in Arizona and…
Brad Galbraith
September 28, 2020
Educational Choice: A Simple Solution to School Inadequacy
Tyler Williamson
September 16, 2020
Supreme Court Frees States From Oppressive Blaine Amendments; School…
Mike Davis
July 6, 2020
America’s War for Effective Education Reform
Kent Grusendorf
April 22, 2020
A Cure Withheld
Mike Davis
March 31, 2020
A Teacher Walkout Leader’s Distorted View of School…
Benjamin Lepak
February 24, 2020
A Universal Education Savings Account Proposal: Fiscal Implications and…
Byron Schlomach
December 1, 2018
Straight Talk on Public Education
Byron Schlomach
July 25, 2018
A Money-Saving Education Savings Account (ESA) Proposal
Byron Schlomach
February 1, 2018
A Truly Universal Education Savings Account Proposal, Including Fiscal…
Byron Schlomach
January 1, 2017
Designing an Education Savings Account 2016
Byron Schlomach
April 15, 2016
Education Savings Accounts and Improving Oklahoma Student Achievement
February 1, 2015