Tuesday, July 19, 2005

School Choice: The Massachusetts Version

A Constrained Vision tells us that many parents in Massachusetts can choose to send their children to a public school outside their district. The result is that districts are actually having to compete for students. I seem to remember reading in Samuelson's Economics that competition is always good for the consumer.

Who would thought have that such a thing was possible in Massachusetts?

It seems that each day brings at least one surprise.
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