On Second Thought, Let’s Not Go Dutch

Heritage Foundation education analyst Dan Lips has a piece out today arguing for a federal school voucher program.

It does a great job documenting the dire educational situation facing millions of disadvantaged American kids, and wisely recommends giving them and their families unfettered choice of government and independent schools.

That said, it’s both dangerous and unconstitutional to have the federal government handing out school vouchers. I explain the problems (and the “going Dutch” reference) here, along with suggesting a safer, state-level alternative.