What we want to see most of all is the distribution of school dollars where they will be most effective.
That includes adequate funding for high-performing public schools as well as assistance in overcoming socioeconomic obstacles, such as hiring additional aides.
It also includes tighter controls on how school vouchers are distributed. Parental choice is a solid goal, but those vouchers should be limited to private schools that are performing well or showing progress toward necessary improvements.
Our children's future is too important to not get this school funding issue straightened out.