OPINION: Vouchers Will Improve Public Schools
From The Daily Journal:
The timing of a recent lawsuit by the Indiana State Teachers Association against Indiana’s school voucher program perfectly demonstrates the calculated disregard for the welfare of students and taxpayers that has come to define this teachers union.
The good news is that the courts saw through the suit and refused to stop about 2,200 poor kids from around the state taking advantage of a program that ultimately benefits Hoosiers.
Public schooling, especially in urban areas of Indiana, is expensive and broadly quite poor. Private schools, both religious and secular, are less costly and typically effective.
However, taxpayers are the ones who support public schools, so the out-of-pocket costs of private schools are unaffordable for most poor and working class families.