In Fordham’s second annual Wonkathon, fourteen wonks opined on education savings accounts:
As Nevada implements its groundbreaking education savings account program, what must it get right in order to provide positive outcomes for kids and taxpayers? Should state authorities stay out of the way? Or are there certain areas that demand oversight and regulation?
But who was the wisest, wonkiest wonk of all? Vote for the best policy discussion on education savings accounts. (And may the best wonk win!)
- “Nevada needs Neerav” by Michael Goldstein
- “Nevada should regulate ESAs like brothels” by Seth Rau
- “New tools for new challenges: Updating accountability for ESAs” by Matthew Ladner
- “Take a lesson from the cane toads” by Jonathan Butcher
- “Does Nevada's new ESA law hold promise for kids?” By Tracey Weinstein, Ph.D.
- “Private choice and the public interest” by Andy Smarick
- “The price is not right (yet)” by Neerav Kingsland
- “Overregulation in the name of accountability serves no one well” by Lindsey M. Burke
- “Let the market work” by Jason Bedrick
- “A new approach for a new era of education” by Adam Peshek
- “Wanted: A new breed of bureaucrat in Nevada” by Robin J. Lake
- “ESAs let parents drive the quality discussion” by Travis Pillow
- “State agencies can’t do it alone” by Robert Tagorda
- “Why almost universal is not good enough” by Rabbi A.D. Motzen
Voting is now closed.