Public education is no pizza parlor

Our public education system was recently compared to a pizza restaurant. The comparison, in Jason Mitchell’s opinion column, “College isn’t the right path for all graduates,” argued that public education ought to be like a pizza parlor whose customers have an opportunity to go elsewhere if they don’t like the product. Mr. Mitchell touched on many topics, including some valid critiques that deserve a closer


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