The Voucher Fight Isn't Clear-Cut
"The voucher debate has long been cast as one between opponents and supporters of public schools," writes Robin Lake, "and I am in the latter camp: someone who has always believed that public schools matter, should be funded better and have the potential (and duty) to serve all students well." But personal experience made her realize that she could no longer oppose vouchers on principle. "If I would have gladly accepted one, how could I oppose others getting the same opportunity?"
Read Robin's op-ed in U.S. News & World Report.