Monday, July 11, 2011

Cafe Hayek on government schools

Economist Donald Boudreaux discusses the importance of competition in education. A line that stuck out to me:

"...each government school has a captive pool of students, and that government schools get their revenues not from paying customers but from taxed property owners."
The Bluegrass Institute has long been an advocate of more competition in the education system.

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