Kevin Currie-Knight makes the case for a free market in education.
Conor P. Williams looks at how market pressures are already reshaping public education in our nation's capital.
Marcus A. Winters finds a genuine but limited role for government in education.
Deborah Meier says school choice has carried different meanings over time.
Kevin Currie-Knight responds to Marcus Winters and Conor Williams on education and entrepreneurship.
Kevin Currie-Knight challenges public-sector school choice advocates: If choice is good, why not include more private choices?
Conor Williams agrees that our current educational options are lacking. But school choice advocates need to show they can do better.
Kevin Currie-Knight skeptically weighs the pros and cons of state-mandated educational testing.