Getting More Money in the Classroom

States are always trying to spend more on education. Recently, however, there has been a push to distinguish education spending between instructional and support — and identify savings in the support side to drive more money into the classroom. The so called 65% solution has been introduced in a number of states, including Virginia.

Geoffrey Segal is the director of privatization and government reform at Reason Foundation, a nonprofit think tank advancing free minds and free markets. He is also editor of Reason's Privatization Watch.