What should be done when a beneficial service or product is in such demand that many who want or need it can’t get it?
In business, the answer is obvious: Increase supply to satisfy all of the demand.
Not so in government, in this case the New Jersey public education establishment. Its answer to more parents and students seeking to use the state’s school choice program is to limit statewide participation to about 5,000 students a year, maybe indefinitely.
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