The school choice concept is taking root in the minds of a growing number of parents, teachers, and policy-makers.  But bitter opposition to choice from some quarters of the educational status quo has made the policy transition from centralized government bureaucracy to greater parental choice in education a slow one.  Nevertheless, many different school choice programs have begun to blossom around the country, and all of them can be grouped into one of two categories:  limited educational choice or full educational choice.