The Conference supports the rights of parents to select the schools they deem best suited for their children and advocates policies for all children, especially the poor and disabled, to receive federal and state services necessary to achieve academically and assimilate socially.
2013 Priority areas:
Protecting the rights of parents to select schools best suited for their children
Expanding the Florida Tax Credit Scholarship Program for low-income families by removing the prior public school attendance requirement
Increasing availability of McKay Scholarships for Students with Disabilities
Strengthening the state-supported Voluntary Pre-Kindergarten (VPK) Education Program
Empowering parents to qualify for at least part of the per-pupil funding generated by their children to attend the school of their choice (whether public or nonpublic)
Upholding reasonable accountability by recognition of established state, regional and national accrediting agencies