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Group of young people in computing class
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The EdTech Overtake

By the end of 2023, it is estimated that the education technology market, commonly referred to as EdTech, will reach a value of $270.5 billion. But what is the rate of return in terms of improved student learning for all this spending? Read More ›
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transgender flag in the palm of the hand.
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Red States Ban Destructive Transgender Treatments as K-12 Schools Funnel Children to Dangerous Path

Increasingly, K-12 students are peddled ideas counter to basic biological reality related to their bodies. This science-defying deception takes place in the government-funded and regulated academic institutions across our country that are tasked with effectively educating our future citizenry and workforce. Read More ›
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Erin Granzow, The Heritage Foundation

My Talk With Tucker After His Last Show on Fox News

Hoping to see someone I knew in the sea of people arriving in black-tie attire, I spotted a familiar face, Tucker Carlson. My conversation with Tucker — and the timing of it — will not soon be forgotten. Read More ›
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sad girl sitting and  thinking in the classroom
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Parents Must Call for Reforms to K-12 Education

What happens when parents get involved in their children's education? Looking back we see a rich history of caring engagement and the accompanying benefits it brought to Washington State. But as the decades passed, parental input became less welcome in K-12 public education. Read More ›
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Georgia written on the road
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Georgia Fails on School Choice but Lays Groundwork for 2024

Though under Republican control, the Georgia legislature recently failed to do what several other red-state legislatures have done: enact universal school choice legislation. The measure didn’t fail because of a lack of commitment from its champions but because too many Republicans were persuaded by the weak arguments made by opponents of educational freedom. Read More ›
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Florida Is No. 1 in Education Freedom and Choice

When it comes to education freedom, Florida has historically ranked first place. But with Arizona passing universal education savings accounts (ESAs) in 2022, it looked like the Grand Canyon State would surpass the Sunshine State for the coveted title. Read More ›
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“Chaos” at California’s Temecula Valley School District CRT Workshop?

The truth is CRT philosophy and concepts are often taught in K-12 classrooms, if even if not directly attributed to CRT.  The Manhattan Institute surveyed over 1,500 18- to 20-year-old students who have not yet graduated, or have recently graduated, from high schools. The results are startling. Read More ›
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In Case You Missed It!

Recently Discovery Institute Fellow and American Center for Transforming Education Director Dr. Keri Ingraham joined The Heritage Foundation President Kevin Roberts on his show to discuss educational freedom, education entrepreneurship, innovation, and much more. Read More ›