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The impact will be felt in higher costs and a stunting of needed innovation on behalf of students.
Taxpayers will be left holding the bill — and unaccountable colleges will be encouraged to raise their prices.
If one is to emerge, it must start at the local level, and Massachusetts, where the GOP has all but collapsed, presents an enticing first target.
The flight from public school districts that started while schools were closed isn’t reversing course.
Even granting that Michigan’s head count on a Jewish holiday stems from innocent, obtuse bureaucratic policies, the reliance on a single count day to determine a school’s funding is a sign of more serious problems.
Infusion of federal cash offers a chance to test new models for local schools.