Voters want school choice

August 18, 2017

Jonathan Small

Earlier this year in a speech on the floor of the U.S. Senate, public school parent Sen. James Lankford – and self-described avid supporter of public education – discussed why he also believes school choice is important.

And, Sen. Lankford isn’t alone. According to a new survey of likely Oklahoma voters commissioned by the Oklahoma Council of Public Affairs and conducted by the firm Cor Strategies, fully 65 percent of Oklahomans – nearly two in three – support using tax dollars to allow parents to choose the education that works best for their children.

Read the rest over on The Journal Record.