Removing Classrooms from the Battlefield: Pratt’s Dark Legacy and the Redemptive Promise of School Choice
Daniel E. Witte, Esq., and Paul Mero
Utah’s new school voucher law has meant many things to many people. For the 43 percent of our Hispanic and African American public-school students who do not graduate with a diploma, the voucher law represented a sense of hope and opportunity. For anti-voucher advocates who have a romanticized view of public schools, the voucher law is un-American and a threat to our democratic values.