The Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty (“WILL”) has released a report, “The Story of School Choice – Constitutional Challenges and Victories,” that provides a brief – but thorough – description of relevant Supreme Court cases on school choice. It seeks to rebut the unfounded attacks on the school choice program that have been coming from the usual roadblocks to education reform.
Ever since Governor Walker announced his school choice plan, opposition forces have questioned the program’s constitutionality. These are expressed, not as claims that school choice violates the state or federal constitution, but as a vague raising of “questions” and identification of “issues.” There is a reason for such obfuscation. As the report shows, there are no questions and there is no issue regarding the constitutionality of choice expansion.
The full report can be found by clicking on the following link: The Story of School Choice – Constitutional Challenges and Victories.