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Minnesotans want more choice in education

Minnesotans want more choice in education

| Shawn Peterson | May 6, 2015 | 0 Comments

School choice opponents often argue that creating more options for parents will allow non-public schools to skim the cream of students from public schools, leaving everyone else behind. But a recent study underwritten by the Friedman Foundation for Educational Choice shows that a majority of Minnesotans do not agree that school choice is an “us vs. them” issue. Rather, Minnesotans believe that everyone can benefit from more choice in education.

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Affordable housing, education choice included in bishops’ discussions with lawmakers

Affordable housing, education choice included in bishops’ discussions with lawmakers

| March 6, 2015 | 0 Comments

Bishops from each of Minnesota’s six dioceses met with Gov. Mark Dayton and state lawmakers March 5 to discuss legislation on a range of issues, from immigration and education to poverty relief and commercial gestational surrogacy.

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Building bridges

Building bridges

| Joe Towalski for The Catholic Spirit | January 14, 2015 | 0 Comments

Minnesota Catholic Conference expects Church-supported bills to draw support from both sides of the aisle

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What does education choice really look like?

What does education choice really look like?

| Shawn Peterson | December 3, 2014 | 0 Comments

Read about why the Minnesota Catholic Conference will join with other Minnesota educational choice advocates in the 2015 legislative session to encourage legislators to establish educational savings accounts and opportunity scholarship tax credits for Minnesota families.

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