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Whose decision is it anyway?

Today on Uncommon Knowledge, Governor Mitch Daniels champions the idea of scholarships for low-income families.

[Voucher] is a common term for it… But, I prefer to think of it as a scholarship that the money really is for the child and for the child’s education.…The responsibility of the State is to try to make certain that every child can have a high quality education. We trust families to decide for themselves where that can best be achieved for their child.

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Peter Robinson — Peter M. Robinson is a research fellow at the Hoover Institution.

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