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This has, needless to say, made a few people mad.
The Athens (Ga.) Banner Herald said today in an editorial:
“If it wasn’t perfectly clear when he introduced a measure calling for vouchers for special-needs students in the 2007 state legislative session, it is now: State Sen. Eric Johnson, R-Savannah, is intent on leading the charge to dismantle Georgia’s public schools.”
While the 900 families that have joined the new special-needs scholarship program are glad to no longer be political footballs, the newspaper quotes an Insider Advantage/Majority Opinion Resarch poll which found that 68 percent of Georgians want the program spread to all children. There is no reason to imagine less pent-up demand exists in Kentucky.
Kentucky’s House Education Committee remains the place where education innovation dies. That is where you can still find what is left of Kentucky’s special-needs scholarship bill.