This week, Corey DeAngelis director of school choice at Reason Foundation and Bob Luebke, Civitas’ director of policy, join the show as we discuss the release of a brand new Civitas-Reason study titled, “Funding Students Instead of Systems: The Economic Impacts of Statewide Education Savings Accounts in North Carolina, authored by DeAngelis.
The necessity for education choice and flexibility has proven monumentally important in a world where economic competition is global and pandemics can disrupt school and work life with jarring immediacy.
This study finds that ESAs could provide a number of economic and community boons that would serve North Carolinians well, both in terms of individual and collective achievement. We examine the most exciting findings and discuss the steps legislators can take to ensure students, rather than systems, are being funded.
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