Is there an identifiably Catholic position on school choice? As pilot programs proliferate in the United States, serious consideration of some philosophical issues seems in order. This article explores two competing moral philosophies and their relationship to parental sovereignty in the public sector. The authors conclude by articulating a Catholic position on the question.
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Coons, J. E., & Brennan, P. M. (2002). School Choice Among Competing “Catholic” Philosophies. Journal of Catholic Education, 5 (3). Retrieved from http://digitalcommons.lmu.edu/ce/vol5/iss3/3