Over at the Evergreen Freedom Foundation blog, Lynn Harsh presents a reasonable argument which will be dismissed as all the others which come against the entrenched and combined strength of the public education establishment and the teachers unions.
What is so difficult to see and understand regarding the benefits that competition would bring to education.
Is it that difficult to see that on average private schools can do and have done more with significantly less money than the public schools?
Is it hard to stomach that the system is broken, and that pouring more money into it is NOT the solution?
Yes it is. Because it is lust for power that drives bureaucracies and unions, fueling and feeding their insatiable appetites. Power is as blinding as it is grasping.