Private schools in South Florida struggling after funding from the state’s voucher program delayed


ome South Florida private schools are suffering due to the expanded state school voucher program, which helps K-12 students attend private school. Things have gotten so bad, some principals are paying out of their own pockets to keep their schools open. 7’s Karen Hensel has tonight’s 7 Investigates.


da Gonzalez’s top priority is the success of her students.


da Gonzalez, principal, Cambridge International Academy: “The parents and the children, they’re not just our students. They’re our family.”


he’s the principal of Cambridge International Academy in Pembroke Pines.


ut the school nearly closed when money from the state’s school voucher program

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