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Arizona a Bright Beacon for Educational Freedom

As more edupreneurs come on the scene and parents are able to use their state-issued funding to select education for their children from an array of innovative options, quality and transparency will be demanded. Read More ›
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Prague/Czech Republic -August 11. 2018 : LGBT Pride March
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Community Schools’ ‘Woke’ Indoctrination Agenda

Currently, there are 10,000 community schools nationwide, equating to roughly six to eight percent of U.S. public schools. But if the federal government has its way, that number will increase dramatically. Read More ›
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happy family with the flag of america USA at sunset outdoors

The Battle for the American Mind

The progressive ideologies dominating public education classrooms — with increasing measure — are producing young people beholden to the worldview of their schooling. And in many cases at odds with the values their parents try to instill. Read More ›
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U.S. Supreme Court Building Pediment Detail showing
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Landmark School Choice Ruling at Supreme Court: A Win for Parents

In a major win for parents, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in Carson v. Makin recently that Maine's tuition assistance program could not discriminate against parents who select private religious schools for their children. Read More ›
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It’s Not Just About Guns

The recent mass shooting at Robb Elementary School, in Uvalde, Texas, has again brought the nation’s attention to the issue of gun control and what, if anything, we can do to prevent further bloodshed. Read More ›
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A child runs underneath the rainbow flag in Portland, Maine during the Pride Parade

Schools Are Stealing Parental Rights & Causing Irreversible Harm to Children

Parents can lose custody if they fail to affirm their child’s desire for gender transition and try to prevent puberty blockers, cross-sex hormones, and surgeries aimed at making the child appear as the opposite sex. Read More ›
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Two student reading textbook for test together in library.

The Need for Classical Education Beyond Charter Schools

A classical education, particularly within the context of charter schools, is the remedy for the failure of our current K-12 education system to produce well-rounded, well-educated individuals who exhibit true moral virtue and respect for others. Read More ›
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Captured in a metropolitan Atlanta, Georgia primary school, this photograph depicts a typical classroom scene, where an audience of school children were seated on the floor before a teacher at the front of the room, who was reading an illustrated storybook, during one of the scheduled classroom sessions. One of the female students was assisting the teacher, while the rest of the class listened attentively to the instructor’s narrative.

Are You Concerned About the Direction of American Public Schools?

Now is the time for transformational change in our nation’s K-12 education system. Parents must have access to alternatives. The radical indoctrination must stop. And robust learning must occur. Read More ›
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Young student doing homework at home with school books, newspaper and digital pad helped by his mother. Mum writing on the copybook teaching his son. Education, family lifestyle, homeschooling concept
Young student doing homework at home with school books, newspaper and digital pad helped by his mother. Mum writing on the copybook teaching his son. Education, family lifestyle, homeschooling concept

‘The Homeschool Awakening’: You Already Have What It Takes To Homeschool Your Kids

Should we bother having kids if we’re just going to turn them over to other people to raise? Children are in school – or engaged in extracurricular activities and homework – for roughly the equivalent of a full-time job each week. Outside of sleeping and recreation hours, that doesn’t leave parents much time to shape their kids physically, mentally and morally for adulthood. Read More ›