Arizona Parents Victory Over Voucher Expansion – Your State Can Do It Too!

Save Our Schools Arizona has put on a long fight against Vouchers and the Expansion of Vouchers in their state. The Arizona Supreme court has ruled in the favor of the lower court’s decision to dismiss the lawsuit challenging their right for Proposition 305 to be placed on the November ballot which is against the expansion of the state’s school voucher-style system.

Save Our Schools Arizona presented Proposition 305 which is a citizen’s referendum on the Legislator’s controversial attempt to expand Arizona’s Empowerment Scholarship Account program. Proposition 305 upholds the citizen’s right to vote NO against the voucher expansion that is draining taxpayer dollars from public education.

Gov. Doug Ducey signed Arizona Senate Bill 1431 in April, extending eligibility for school vouchers to all Arizona students if they take an annual standardized test. It does sound a little like blackmail since so many parents have been opting out of the “standardized” tests.

Save Our Schools set out to kill that bill.

Keep in mind there is nothing standard about our children. They are like Butterflies – beautiful but each different in their own way. They all learn at different paces – they are unique and wonderous each in their own way.

Why would we want our children to all be alike unless our goal was to have our children brain dead, robots without emotion or reason?

Death Sentence for Private & Home Education, Courtesy of the Supreme Court by Charlotte Iserbyt  LINK

Women On the Wall with Charlotte Iserbyt on the danger of “School Choice” LINK

Looking at Trump’s Voucher Plan by KrisAnne Hall  LINK

Florida’s 2017 Choice/Voucher Bill  LINK

School’s Without Rules:  An Orlando Sentinel Investigation  LINK

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