Educational Justice Requires Parental Choice

Beyond the proven positive academic impact of expanding K-12 educational options, particularly to Black and Hispanic students, parental choice programs have positive social, emotional, and cultural impacts. As America faces persistent life and death questions about racial and educational injustices, the multiple benefits of educational freedom heighten the importance of this week’s decision by the U.S. Supreme Court in Espinoza v. Montana Department of Revenue. In the case, the court held that state authorities cannot rely on so-called Blaine Amendments in their constitutions to prohibit…