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Parents – not Washington bureaucrats – should be the chief decision makers when it comes to their children’s education. School choice, voucher, and charter programs are just a few methods Republicans advocate to empower parents and provide greater opportunities to children regardless of their zip code. By introducing competition into our education system, lower income families have the chance to rise up and break the cycle of poverty. Our Party deeply believes in decentralizing our education system to return power back to you and your community.


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Colorado Fights for School Choice

- October 5, 2017

Last week, lawmakers, educational professionals, and parents gathered in Parker, Colorado to discuss how school choice can improve access to education for children.... Continue Reading »

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Diario las Americas: Priebus apela a una educación para todos

- June 18, 2015

El presidente del Comité Nacional Republicano (RNC), Reince Priebus, apeló a una educación accesible y de calidad para todos durante su intervención en la cena "Esperanza" en el marco de la Conferencia Nacional Hispana para la Oración, celebrada la pasada noche. ... Continue Reading »

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RNC Chairman Promotes School Choice in New Orleans, Louisiana

- November 14, 2013

On Wednesday, November 13, Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairman Reince Priebus, Louisiana State Senator Elbert Guillory*** and Louisiana GOP Chairman Roger Villere visited a New Orleans school to advocate for school choice and highlight success stories among students, parents, and educators in Louisiana.... Continue Reading »

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Louisiana's Scholarship Program is a Way Out of Bad Schools

- November 13, 2013

President Obama was in Louisiana last week to talk about strengthening the economy. He gives these speeches a lot; this time I presume it was to distract from the negative Obamacare headlines.... Continue Reading »

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The Truth About Obama’s Teachers Claim

- October 17, 2011

“But administration officials quickly backtracked on the 400,000 number once they were quizzed by reporters during the press conference. The money would only support 400,000 teachers for one year, leaving state and local government to pick up the tab every subsequent year, admitted Katharine Abraham, a member of Obama’s Council of Economic Advisers.” ... Continue Reading »

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