I believe we can meet this challenge. We need to set high standards for students and teachers, and provide students and their parents the choices they deserve.
So, my question to you is, shouldn't parents have that kind of choice in schools that best meets the needs of their students?
able to send their child to the school that fits them best.
Giving you equal opportunity would be too risky, and it would upset powerful political forces that we need to win elections.'' I have a simple message for these masters of delay and deferral. Choose -- you can either help the politically powerful unions, or you can help the kids.
- American Federation for Children | Alliance for School Choice, MSG