Defeat of Parental Choice in Education Act Won’t Deter Future Efforts

Posted 7/9/15

The defeat of the Parental Choice in Education Act in Albany late last month won’t deter advocates from seizing another opportunity for its passage on behalf of school children next year, said the superintendent of schools for the archdiocese. Describing parental choice as “a fundamental need in education,” Dr. Timothy J. McNiff last week shared his disappointment with CNY that the legislation failed to pass at the close of the legislative session June 23.

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