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Since starting this weekly column 14 years ago, I’ve been advancing the idea that parents rather than politicians, bureaucrats, zip codes or paycheck sizes should determine where children are educated. In the process, opponents’ attempts to deny Kentucky parents alternatives for their children – even for public options like charter schools – have been, and continue to be, thoroughly debunked.

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  • Government and social 74.12%
    • Education, schools and universities 100.00%
  • Business, economics, society 25.88%
    • Labor issues 100.00%

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