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The Fight For School Choice In Washington, D.C.

by @ 1:25 pm on March 5, 2009. Filed under Barack Obama, Education, Politics

Earlier this week, I noted that several Democrats in Congress seem intent on destroying the D.C. Opportunity Scholarship Program, the school choice program that has existed in Washington, D.C. for the better part of a decade.

Now, the children who would be impacted by the elimination of the program speak out:

So far, President Obama has not taken a position on this issue but, like David Boaz, I would hope that he would display the wisdom of Josaih Bartlet:

H/T: Vodkapundit

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One Response to “The Fight For School Choice In Washington, D.C.”

  1. [...] program, a school choice program that allowed inner city D.C. kids to attend private schools, including the same private school that Barack Obama’s daughter’s attend. At the time, the Obama Administration said that it would not allow the program to be killed, but, [...]

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