If you take the government's nickel, you also take its noose.and
The voucher system necessarily requires the licensing of schools.... Vouchers will create a second, pseudo-free market school system, using "free" in both senses: independent and without cost to the users. The state-operated schools will then compete with the state-licensed schools. Almost no third alternative will be economically possible...
The Ron Paul Curriculum costs $250 a year per family, plus $50 per course. "No vouchers accepted." The RPC will not accept vouchers as currency because it will not submit to the supervision of any civil government.
Parents do not need vouchers. They need liberty. Government funding for education in any form is a denial of liberty.
I hope that Mrs. DeVos is blocked [as Secretary of Education] if she proposes vouchers in any form.Read North's full essay here.