Audio: How school choice can woo crossover and swing voters Editor-in-Chief Brian Calle also is Senior Fellow at the Friedman Foundation for Educational Choice, named after Nobel Economics Laureate Milton Friedman, who originated the idea of school vouchers.

In this audio interview with Bill Frezza of the Competitive Enterprise Institute, Calle tells how he escaped a failing public school system in Chino, California, to become a passionate advocate for infusing competition into education. Calle believes Republicans could galvanize crossover and swing voters by better engaging on the issue.

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  1. Queeg
    Queeg 19 March, 2015, 23:59

    Any fools except Republicans can see public schools suck..this is an issue begging for leadership and results…..

    Unfortunately, trotting out bumbling Rino cocktail party grazers for political office hasn’t worked.

    You should import Bobby Jindl from Louisana….a recognized expert on health policy and a provocative leader on education.

    Otherwise, kiss Jerry’s ring and hug Big Sis.

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