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81 percent of Illinoisans want school choice

Greg Blankenship 18 December 2007 No Comment

Four out of five Illinoisans would opt out of traditional Illinois public schools if they had the ability to send their children elsewhere.

The irony is that by empowering parents with more flexibility to opt out, the public schools themselves will improve and can become world class performers. Today they are laggards.

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