Uh, yeah it's absolutely true, lol. "School choice" means "whatever the parents can pay for". You should really check out the LP platform if you don't know this-- this and other reasons are why the LP is stagnant, as once people who like the social freedoms ideas realize that the economics is far far right they bail from the party. The LP got really sneaky in the mid2000s and watered down what they say but behind it is the same idea-- no taxpayer funded public schools. They know the issue is their downfall so they even hide it on their "issues " page-- it's not under"education", it's under "poverty and welfare", lol:
"Only a free market in education will provide the improvement in education necessary to enable millions of Americans to escape poverty." Not ethat "free market"... that is the watered down version of the earlier platforms:
From the 2000 platform:
"We advocate the complete separation of education and State. Government schools lead to the indoctrination of children and interfere with the free choice of individuals. Government ownership, operation, regulation, and subsidy of schools and colleges should be ended. We call for the repeal of the guarantees of tax-funded, government-provided education, which are found in most state constitutions.
Source: National Platform of the Libertarian Party , Jul 2, 2000 "
So yeah, they can try to hide it behind terms like "school choice" and "free market", but in the end it's " Government ownership, operation, regulation, and subsidy of schools and colleges should be ended. We call for the repeal of the guarantees of tax-funded, government-provided education..."