While many parents can choose neighborhoods with good public schools, many low‐income parents must send their children to schools with low levels of academic achievement. The movement to improve the educational options of low‐income children has been met with a barrage of criticism. In this book two veterans of the school choice movement expose in detail what they call the inaccuracies; half‐truths; distortions; and, occasionally, outright lies that opponents are using in their campaign against school choice. Please join us for what should be a thought‐provoking discussion about school vouchers and the voices for and against them.
Featuring the coauthor, Kaleem Caire, Black Alliance for Educational Options; with comments by Quentin Lawson, National Alliance of Black School Educators; and Casey Lartigue, Cato Institute.