Choice Ironies: Open Enrollment in Minnesota

Supporters and critics of school choice throughout the nation have predicted a big shock to the educational system if parents were given a say in selecting their children’s schools. Minnesota’s experience with school choice, the first statewide program in the country, isn’t what either side expected.

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