The Economics of School Vouchers. Daniel Klein, George Mason University, firstname.lastname@example.org. Fairfax County Public Schools. School (238), pyramid (24), cluster (8), Division (1) Organizational Chart Statistics about FCPS
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“Rather than seek a universal school voucher scheme, government should simply pass a law giving every parent a legal right to request and receive control over their child’s share of local education funding. The precise mechanism by which that control was exercised within each local authority area, and what ‘their child’s share’ constituted need not been defined by Whitehall. Once a legal right had been enshrined, it could be left to parents, using the courts and judicial fiat to do the rest, to determine how a local authority met that legal obligation.”
The status quo is a system of govt production/producer-side subsidy without choice.
The voucher plan is a system of user-side subsidies and market choice.
These two questions are exceptionally straight
forward in the case of schooling.