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choice

A popular term referring to the freedom to choose, a process that assesses alternative sources of information and options.
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The consumer research conducted by the board and MeringCarson led directly to the development of the Wise Choices campaign.
Every choice implies at least two options, each of which has positive and negative consequences.
Finally, consider the president's efforts to give parents more choice over the schools their children attend.
I simply want us to appreciate that the benefits of increased choice for some may entail costs for many.
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It's easy to find parents like Johnson to sing the choice program's praises.
Ladd argues, for instance: "The evidence simply does not support the claims of those who argue in favor of more parental choice and competition on the instrumental grounds that it will make an education system significantly more productive than it would otherwise be.
The next step to reflect this awareness of individual choice would be to use a term that linguistically represents the concept that an individual makes a continuous choice in obtaining work (or not) while in the "placement" process.
In the following two essays, written independently of each other, three humanists examine charitable choice and what it means for U.
It seems it was designed for plans giving employees more choice.