When it comes to school choice or school vouchers or charter schools, America is a patchwork. We are a nation in transition.
Some states are actively experimenting with new education options. Some are not. Some have met vigorous resistance in their efforts to reform. Some, less so.
Still, we need to face this fact: America's public schools are broken, especially in our major cities, where public education has failed miserably. And this despite the influx of billions of dollars in state and federal money.
For example, while most . . . Click here to read the rest of Dan Cirucci's column from the Courier-Post newspaper.