The Florida Supreme Court vs. School Choice

School choice is the civil rights issue of the twenty-first century. In the Information Age, knowledge is not just power—it is destiny. As a result, no issue more fundamentally divides the “haves” and the “have-nots” in America than who gets to choose what schools their children attend and who does not. Around the country, hundreds of thousands of children are literally trapped in public schools that are failing: failing to educate, failing to prepare, failing to inspire—failing to do anything but offer a litany of excuses and demand more money while performance remains stagnant.

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