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Michael MolineAugust 26, 2016
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Close to 100,000 Florida children have secured scholarships to attend private schools this year through the state’s school-choice programs for low-income families. Florida Tax Credit Scholarships will allow 92,126 students to attend 1,665 private schools, according to Step Up For Students, one of two nonprofit organizations administering the program. That represented a 13,462-student gain over […]

Dan GelberJune 21, 2015

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Jeb Bush earned the moniker of Florida’s “Education Governor” because he made education his primary policy focus while in office and the area he most focused on since. And Jeb Bush was a very busy education governor. He force-fed unprecedented testing into public schools, did all he could to neuter the teaching unions, and apologetically […]


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