BAKER REAFFIRMS GOAL OF EXPANDING SCHOOL CHOICE [+ VIDEO]
By Colin A. Young
STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE
STATE HOUSE, BOSTON, AUG. 28, 2015.....As he prepares charter school legislation he plans to file this fall, Gov. Charlie Baker on Friday said expanding school choice options for Massachusetts students and families will be a goal of his administration's first term.
"If we do what we need to do as public leaders we will find a way, in a democracy where we don't get our way all the time, to create more opportunities for kids to go to great schools and get great educations here in the Commonwealth no matter where they live," Baker said in an address to a group of students from the Excel Academy Charter High School. "That is going to be one of our goals over the course of the next four years."
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