She fights against school choice while her kid and grandkids go to private school.
by Corey A. DeAngelis
In last night’s Democratic presidential debate, Mayor Pete Buttigieg warned Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D–Mass.) against “issuing purity tests you cannot yourself pass.” He was talking about the senator’s millionaire status, but his statement applies just as much to her education plan.
The plan, released on October 21, is radically anti-choice. It calls for ending federal funding for public charter schools, banning for-profit charter schools, increasing regulations for all charter schools, and making it more difficult to start new charter schools. Warren wants to stop private school choice programs such as vouchers or tuition tax credits.