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Arizona School Choice Fight Goes to U.S. Supreme Court

 

 

On November 3, 2010, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear the oral arguments in the case Garriot v. Winn. Arizona, like many states, offers tax credits to individuals and businesses for donations to fund scholarships for students to attend private schools. The goal of these programs is to give as many students as possible the resources they need to get a good education. The Dennard family has benefited from this program. Hear their story.

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   Ariz. Supreme Court Declares Edu. Choice Program Constitutional (2:04)
The Arizona Supreme Court announced today that it will not review a unanimous Court of Appeals' decision that declared Arizona's Empowerment Scholarship Account (ESA) Program passes constitutional muster.
   Arizona School Choice Fight Goes to U.S. Supreme Court (3:22)
   Where does the alphabet end? (0:32)
The Institute for Justice believes that parents, not bureaucrats should choose what school kids attend.
   Andrea Weck & School Choice (3:51)

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