It's time for a free market solution to the public disaster in Chicago. Read Mark Peters article in today's Wall Street Journal if you want to see how government and government-employee unions can break a city and a state and provide zero services in the process.
The free market can deliver schools that work, if given a chance. Vouchers would be cheaper and more efficient and would encourage innovations that could help solve the problem of educating children from dysfunctional families. We know for certain that public schools can't solve the problem -- that we know.
There is no way that free market education could do worse than what we have now in Chicago.