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Access to a quality education plays a consequential role in determining a student’s future outcome. No one student is alike, and all children deserve to go to a school that fits their unique needs and learning style. I’m proud that Wisconsin has long been a pioneer in the movement to expand educational access. The first school choice program was born in Milwaukee, and Wisconsin families continue to enjoy freedom in choosing the right type of education for their children today. That’s why I joined the School Choice Caucus here in Congress, to work with like-minded colleagues on this issue and create better outcomes for students.