I was going to save this for Saturday but it's the Old Lady and it's timely so I'm braggin' again.
Lisa's Op-Ed appears in today's San Diego Union-Tribune.
Next week the Florida Supreme Court will hear arguments on whether that state's Opportunity Scholarships Program, which provides the parents of more than 700 students in failing public schools the right to move to better-performing schools, including religious schools, violates the state constitution because it provides "aid" to religious schools in violation of the Florida Constitution's Blaine Amendment.
But this isn't about the separation of church and state. This is about reforming education.
Florida created a law that gives kids in failing schools the freedom to move to better schools. If the public schools weren't failing in the first place, there wouldn't have been a need for this Opportunity Scholarship program.
Got some loose change? Spend it on liberty, give IJ a couple of bucks here.
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