Put Parents In Charge|
American education reform organization. Put Parents In Charge especially promotes school choice for parents in opposition to the government-run, teacher-union-led, near-monopoly of public schools. More information can be found on the Put Parents In Charge web site.
|Since 1956 alone, education spending in constant dollars is up from $2,100 per pupil to over $7,000 today. ... While government schools spend an average over $7,000 per pupil, the average private school spends 36% less per student ($4,700) while achieving better results in many cases for our children.|
from the Put Parents In Charge web site