By Ray Dunaway

Dr Lewis M. Andrews of the Yankee Institute for Public Policy discusses the study he and Marty Lueken (EdChoice Foundation) did for the Yankee Institute.

It shows how a modest form of school choice could significantly improve the state’s finances without raising taxes, while at the same time addressing the education-equity issues raised by CCJEF v. Rell.

 

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