Opinion: The values of school choice

A child calls himself “dumb” after 6 years of failing grades. A boy has chemicals put in his milk by the rest of the boys in his class. A super creative, artistic student feels stifled by the structure of her school classes. Anxiety makes it hard for a teenager to get out of bed, let alone to the big union high school in the next town.

These are some of the children of our community and they, like all kids, deserve and need the opportunity to be successful in school. These are some of the kids for whom school choice can make the difference, literally and figuratively, between life and death.

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