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School choice voucher programs have little chance of making it through

Parents, Educators and politicians rallied at the state Capital this morning, marching in conjunction with National School Choice Week.

Texas Public Policy Foundation's Emily Sass says hundreds braved the cold weather for kids.

Sass said, whether that means home school, public, private or charter, a child and their family should be the ones making that choice.

Opponents of school choice voucher programs claim they take money away from already cash-strapped public schools.

 

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