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Texas leaders respond to editorials claiming that school choices benefit the minority community: "the only solution"

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Valerie Gar, a supporter of Hispanic school choices, tells Texas leaders to "listen" to Latin Americans who want a school choice in the Houston Chronicle editorial. I dared to do that.

She argues that the current educational system is disproportionately affecting minorities and underprivileged children, and the problem was exacerbated by the COVID-19pandemic. She said. Many of those students were "assigned to a school that had slipped through the cracks and had failed for decades," she said. 

"As an advocate of hispanic school choice and myself a parent, I understand why families want more access to freedom of education than ever before. "Foreign Minister Gurr wrote the United States Federation for Children, . "Just look at the news and see the horrifying stats. The COVID-19 pandemic exacerbated both the academic and non-academic difficulties that Latin students have already experienced, especially growing up in low-income families. For people, that's right. Students were forced to drop out of school to support their families, and those who remained in school lacked access to technology and other necessary resources. "

She suggested that educational savings accounts and tax-deductible scholarships are a good start to help turn the tide and start leading the era of educational freedom.

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Texas Governor Greg Abbott R.shared the work on Twitter, and several other leaders promised to take note of Gar's advice.

Some Texas legislators have agreed with the governor on the benefits of choosing a school.  

"@ GovAbbottnails it. Who does the Texas Parliament listen to? Parents with children in failed schools listen to us I want you to tilt. Parental choice is the only solution, "State Congressman. Steve Toss wrote.

"Gov @GregAbbott_TXis correct. Latin Americans want#SchoolChoiceand#txlegelisten There is a need. Voters and almost every parent who wants to educate their children in the way they think it is appropriate also support it. In the next session, they will ultimately lead the freedom of education.

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"I Aim to remove school refusal and other school choice barriers and support competition in education according to community standards. / I think parents should have the authority to decide where and how to educate their children. A candidate for the Governor of Texas said.

Abbott says students are in private schools or He expressed support for the May school voucher proposal to allow government funds to be used to attend charter schools. Supporters of school choice cheered on his speech andhis opposition to the Democratic Party. Beto Orukaccused him of attempting to "refund" a public school.

Texas Governor Greg Abbott speaks during a press conference about the mass shooting at Uvalde High School on May 27, 2022, in Uvalde, Texas. 

Texas Governor Greg Abbott at a press conference 2022 Mass shooting at Yuvalde High School in Yuvalde, Texas, May 27, 2014.  (Photo by Yasin Ozturk / Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)

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The school selection movement seems to be gaining in popularity in other states in recent weeks. The Arizona Capitol is aware of the fact that the United States has enactedthe most extensive education savings account programand passed a bill in that provides 1.1 million students with universal school options. It has been. The program provides parents with scholarships to cover educational costs such as private school tuition, online education, educational therapy and tutoring. Supporters call this program the "gold standard" for freedom of education. 

In this Dec. 2, 2020, file photo, Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey speaks at a press conference in Phoenix. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin, Pool)

December 2, 2020, File In the photo, Arizona Governor Doug Ducy speaks at a press conference in Phoenix. (AP Photo / Ross D. Franklin, Pool)(AP Photo / Ross D. Franklin, Pool, File)

Voted by RealClearOpinionResearch in June Themajority favored the school choice(74% vs. 16% opposed), and 10% were uncertain. By party, 83% of Republicans, 69% of independents, and 70% of Democrats say they strongly or to some extent support school choices.

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"States that do not offer scholarships" As a leader of the Texas legislator, students attending private schools should see strong support for school choice as a wake-up call. " “Given that Hispanics make up more than 52% of the 5.5 million students enrolled in state public schools during the 2019-20 academic year, they should move to release the shackles of education for the next generation.

"For years, Hispanics have been asking for a table seat, and it's time," she continued. "As a growing political force, Latinos are not only voting for leaders who empower parents and families, but are ready to become the coveted educational leaders in our community."

Cortney O'Brien is the editor of FoxNews. Twitter: @ obrienc2