Colorado case law looks to be in favor of vouchers, Bindas said. A case in the 1980s upheld a similar voucher program, allowing students to choose private and even religious colleges with a public scholarship. The same concept should apply to the K-12 level, he said.
It’s time for school districts to stop allowing their teachers and resources to be used as pawns of the Democrat Party.
Douglas County may or may not be the most interesting school district in America, but it is certainly one of the more innovative ones. And voters have a chance to keep it that way.
Brian Malone is a little confused as well about “The Reformers.” It is marketed as a “documentary” but he himself admits in an email to me that it’s an op-ed.
Numbers reported by Dougco and by the state show teacher turnover rates in line with previous years and with neighboring districts—a somewhat remarkable feat given the fast-paced fundamental changes occurring.