Q: I'm sure you're familiar with the home-school movement, which has arisen over the last 10 years as a form of competition to schools.
A: It is. And the fact that it is a form of competition shows how bad our schools are. Can you think of any other sophisticated product in which the home-made product is superior to the factory-made product?
I don't agree with Friedman on everything - since he equivocated on property rights and sound money, but he hit a home run with that observation.