- Former congressman Ron Paul plans to release a new book, "New School Manifesto," on Sept. 17, proposing how home schooling and free-market principles can improve the U.S. education system.
- The new title from Grand Central Publishing will contain Paul's thoughts on private sector competition's role in the education system, which he compares to the United States Postal Service.
- Paul, known for his libertarian views, believes that parents should have more choices when comes to schooling options for children.
From the article:
"... In 'New School Manifesto,' Paul compares the education system to the postal service, arguing both would benefit from private sector competition, according to Politico. The libertarian author also examines a variety of education policy proposals, says the news site, and advocates that parents should have more leverage in choosing what schooling system is best for their children. ..."