By Charlie Johnston
Okay folks, here we go. I suspect the final installment is not going to be quite as dramatic as anticipation would make it out to be, but here it is. I planned to get this up last night, thinking I had a free day. But I had two events – both great events, I might add – that I had not anticipated, so it had to wait for this morning.
Primary responsibility for and authority over a child’s education resides with the parents. States may demand compulsory education of the young, but if they do so they must provide for it in the form of vouchers that the parents may use in any school of their choice. The vouchers…
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