School choice means real results for real families

I had the pleasure last week of testifying in front of the House Education Committee hearing, “Helping Students Succeed Through the Power of School Choice.” The timing of the hearing couldn’t be more critical: with so many American’s hearing terms like “school choice” and “public charter schools” and “district-charter collaboration” for the first time, we need to ensure both they and our education policymakers hear how public school choice impacts students and families. Only then can we come together to decide on the future of education in our country – based on real stories, real facts, and real results.

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