OFRG has an interesting new report here which is getting some good media coverage. My favorite example from the report has to be the school superintendent earning $93,002 while overseeing ... 69 students.
School choice refers to any education policy that allows parents to choose the safest and best schools for their children, whether those schools are government-operated or privately operated. Oklahoma -- which is among the nation's parental-choice leaders -- is fortunate to have many forms of choice: public-school choice, charter schools, magnet and specialty schools, virtual schools, special-needs scholarships, tax-credit scholarships, a thriving homeschool sector, and more. As former state Superintendent Sandy Garrett once observed, "School choice is a reality, and we should just get used to it."
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