The Weirton Daily Times: West Virginia Should Fund Students, Not Institutions

By Corey DeAngelis and Neal McCluskey:

West Virginia policymakers have a golden opportunity to finally put the educational needs of the state’s students front-and-center.

House Bill 2013 – which just passed out of the House and is currently on its way to the Senate – would allow nearly all families in the state to take a portion of their children’s K-12 dollars to the public or private education provider of their choice. This would empower families to find the educational environment that works best for their students and not simply fund traditional institutions, as the state has done for years… read more

Corey DeAngelis is the Executive Director at Educational Freedom Institute, the Director of School Choice at Reason Foundation, and an Adjunct Scholar at Cato Institute

Neal McCluskey is the Director of the Cato Institute’s Center for Educational Freedom