The guiding principle of the choice movement is that parents – not bureaucracies — are most qualified to pick the right learning environment. Because of that belief, we celebrate all great schools and all great teachers.
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This article was originally published in Forbes by author Patrick Gleason. A new Mason-Dixon poll out this week shows that state Education Savings Account (ESA) programs, which expand school choice by allowing families to control a large share of the taxpayer resources going toward their children’s education, aren’t just sound policy for state lawmakers to enact, they’re
“I’m thinking of their well being; I want them to be successful,” Sonya Gordon remarks about her children.
As South Carolina considers whether ESAs are a good option to help children in our state succeed, it is helpful to explore how they have worked in other states.