M-259: Citizens for Educational Freedom: Part 1
HISTORY: Citizens for Educational Freedom is a national, non-profit, non-sectarian corporation found in St. Louis in 1959, with headquarters in the Washington, D.C. area since 1962, of citizens and supporting groups of every race, color, creed and political party to promote the primary rights of parents with regard to freedom of choice, justice and quality and education for all, regardless of wealth, color or creed by allocating a fair share of educational tax dollars to each child to take to the school of the parents' choice while protecting parents and schools from undue government regulation and control.
SCOPE: Citizens for Educational Freedom papers, documents, and publications.
HOLDINGS: Approximately 12 linear feet
ACCESS: Some of the material in Special Collection M-259 may be photocopied, digitally scanned or photographed, subject to condition. A box list for this collection is available for download:
M-259 Citizens for Educational Freedom (.pdf)
M-259 Citizens for Educational Freedom (.rtf)
See also, Citizens for Economic Freedom, Part II
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