“Parents and students, children, will be able to gain access to the services and to the educational track that will best fit their needs and their disabilities,” Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan, a top supporter, said at the ceremony.
Laws will widen private school aid, let home-schoolers play
Duncan had said misinformation spread by Trump would hurt Republicans' chances in two U.S. Senate runoffs held in January, which Democrats went on to sweep, giving them control of the chamber.
Geoff Duncan, Georgia lieutenant governor, won't seek reelection after taking on Trump