Protecting Parents’ Rights to Choose Their Children’s Education.
A strategic alliance empowering families’ rights to educational choice.
The Partnership for Educational Choice is a joint project of the Institute for Justice and EdChoice to advocate and defend educational choice nationwide.
The Partnership for Educational Choice actively engages in strategic litigation to defend educational choice programs and the desperately needed opportunity they provide. The litigation engaged in by this alliance seeks to defend the rights of parents to choose the best educational options for their children.
Alaska has a unique correspondence program designed to meet the educational needs of students in this sparsely populated state. A group of parents is teaming up with the Partnership for Educational Choice to defeat a lawsuit aimed at shutting down this unique program and the opportunity it provides.
Represented by the Partnership for Educational Choice, New Hampshire parents are defending the state’s Education Freedom Account (EFA) program from legal challenge.
Two of Ohio’s most popular educational choice programs are under attack. The Partnership for Educational Choice is defending the programs, which tens of thousands of Ohio students depend on.
At its heart, educational choice is simply the idea that all parents, regardless of means, should enjoy the freedom to choose where and how their children are educated.
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