Peter Greene understands that the choice debate gets muddied because there are so many different varieties of advocates for choice, and they don’t all agree.

Reporters ask, what’s behind the demand for school choice? what is the motivation of the billionaires and hedge fund managers? do they really want kids to go to religious schools that teach creationism?

It can indeed by very confusing. I usually say that people have different motivations for wanting to replace community public schools with privately run schools.

Peter has divided up the choice world into several very specific categories. Some overlap. Nonetheless, his guide should help to steer you through these confusing times.

Did he miss anything?