The Louisiana Federation for Children (LFC), the state’s voice for educational choice, wishes to thank members of Louisiana’s Senate Education Committee for defeating legislation that sought to weaken the Louisiana Scholarship Program (LSP). Senate Bill 13 would have placed restrictions on the eligibility of Kindergarten students entering the LSP.
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LFC President Ann Duplessis joined more than 1,000 children at the Statehouse in Columbus, Ohio, to rally for school choice options.
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LFC congratulates Dr. RaeNell Houston on being named superintendent of Archdiocese of New Orleans Catholic schools
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LFC President Ann Duplessis discusses the Louisiana Scholarship Program application period with WYLD-FM’s Hal Clark.