As a mother whose children benefit from Florida education scholarships, I was offended by the recent “Your Turn” column by the Rev. Ray Johnson [“‘Scholarship’ program threatens education,” Feb. 17].
He’s alarmed that under education choice, parents, not educators, evaluate their children’s educational progress. Apparently, he doesn’t trust parents to know what’s best for their own children. Perhaps he should meet some of the hundreds of thousands of scholarship families over the years who moved mountains trying to find the best learning environment for their children.
I’m one of them.
He uses scare tactics