When Mark and Padgett Mozingo found out their daughter Lila had Down syndrome, they were consistently told what she couldn’t do. Some even told Padgett that she shouldn’t go through with the pregnancy. But they decided Lila was “limitless” and work hard to ensure that her diagnosis does not define her. A huge part of
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S. 622A BILLTO AMEND THE CODE OF LAWS OF SOUTH CAROLINA, 1976, TO ESTABLISH THE “EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIP ACCOUNT ACT” BY ADDING CHAPTER 8 TO TITLE 59 SO AS TO PROVIDE A CITATION, TO STATE THE PURPOSE OF THE CHAPTER, TO PROVIDE NECESSARY DEFINITIONS, TO PROVIDE PARENTS OF ELIGIBLE CHILDREN MAY ESTABLISH AND FUND ACCOUNTS
A growing teacher shortage, particularly in some of South Carolina’s more rural areas are leading some districts to take new measures to lure and retain qualified teachers.
Faith’s wonderful progress has been made possible by the financial leeway and customization that accompanies her Education Savings Account (ESA).
So, what's the main difference between the types of education choice?
A healthy and productive civil society requires both a modern education system and the opportunity for parents to make substantive decisions.
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