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‘School choice’ should be transparent

This past week,  The Tribune received a press release asking us to consider running a story about National School Choice Week, Jan. 26 through Feb. 1.  However, most of the resources they pointed to were directed towards large metropolitan areas.  In addition, we could not locate in these materials what organization(s) were sponsors of this national campaign.
The options for school choice in a rural setting are generally the public schools, the occasional parochial school, home schooling, or enrollment in an online school.  They are the same choices we’ve had for many years.
School choice is one of ...

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