Let's get one thing straight--no matter what she says to the contrary, Tudor Dixon is not in favor of school choice.
Dixon is the gubernatorial candidate heavily backed by the DeVos family, and they aren't really in favor of school choice, either.
School choice implies a world in which students can select from a wide variety of educational options. But that is not where privatizers of the DeVos strip have been steering us. As I've argued before, the public school system isn't even the major obstacle for a true choice system.
But like our Puritan forefathers, these far-right folks are not interested in a nation in which everyone is free to learn as they wish. They would like to see an end to public education because they see it as not aligned with their values (and it takes their money to educate Those Peoples' Children). What they want is a system in which their own values are ascendant.
Consider this one example-- Tudor Dixon complaining that her child was accidentally exposed to a book about divorced people.Dixon complained that her daughter had checked out a book "about having two different homes" and how the very idea of divorce "caused an unnecessary anxiety."
"Why was this something she was just able to pick up off the shelf?" Dixon inquired.