Virginia Walden Ford - The Case for School Choice
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Celebrate what would have been the 100th birthday of Nobel Prize-winning economist Milton Friedman as education reformer Virginia Walden Ford discusses the movement for school choice.
Friedman, the late Nobel Prize-winning economist, was a champion of capitalism and an advocate of school vouchers.
Ford is the author of Voices, Choices, and Second Chances: How to Win the Battle to Bring Opportunity Scholarships to Your State.
Co-sponsored by the Foundation for Educational Choice, the Kansas Policy Institute and the Show-Me Institute.