The Friedman Foundation for Educational Choice is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, nonpartisan organization founded in 1996 by Milton and Rose D. Friedman. Our foundation’s goal is to advance a K–12 education system in which all parents, regardless of race, origin, or family income, are free to choose a learning environment—public or private, near or far, religious or secular—that works best for them. Continue on to learn more about our founders, staff, fellows, and board of directors.
Discover more about our founders’ accomplishments, learn why they created this foundation, and read their groundbreaking articles, such as “The Role of Government in Education” and “Why America Needs School Vouchers.”
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