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A new state scholarship to help families give their children the best education is on its way.

The Florida Legislature is considering a new Family Empowerment Scholarship to award at least 15,000 new scholarships next year. The number of scholarships, income eligibility and how scholarships are funded is under negotiations by Senate and House leadership.

Sign this petition today to thank our elected officials and urge them to adopt a broad and fair program to help the most students possible.

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  • Vered Sason 4 days ago
  • Rachelle Lewinger 10 days ago
  • Rebecca Lustman 16 days ago
  • Max Sredni 23 days ago
  • Chana Benson 23 days ago
  • Daniel Hadar 24 days ago
  • Penina Aroll 24 days ago
  • Israel Gottesfeld 24 days ago
    Non school children family and retired.
  • Lauren Faith 24 days ago
    Thank you and good luck!
  • Menachem Sandman 24 days ago
  • Roben Nemani 24 days ago
  • Erica Rauzin 24 days ago
    Lets educate as many kids as we can in the ways that work for them and their families.
  • Alain Myara 24 days ago
  • Alan Rauzin 24 days ago
    Many children learn differently than the ways offered in public schools, so for parents with children with special needs but without the substantial resources to pay for them, this kind of state assistance is the difference, for those children, between growing up as capable, self-supporting adults versus being condemned from childhood to being under-educated dependents for the rest of their lives.
  • Claudia Rosen 24 days ago
  • Yossi Rosengarten 25 days ago
  • Jennifer Malka 25 days ago
  • Amir Goldenberg 25 days ago
  • Elana Grauer 25 days ago
  • Ifhat Fishman 25 days ago
  • Sari Resnick 25 days ago
  • Michael Resnick 25 days ago
  • Silvana Korik 26 days ago
  • Mordechai Rosenberg 26 days ago

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