School Choice

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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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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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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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Democrats Are Gaslighting American Parents About School Vouchers

Defunding public schools — even “stealing money” from them — is how the far-left and teachers’ unions term any attempt to offer parents more choice around education. For them, it’s about money and power, not children and high-quality learning. Read More ›
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President Joe Biden walks along the Colonnade of the White House Thursday, Jan. 28, 2021, en route to the Oval Office. (Official White House Photo by Adam Schultz)

Biden Undermines Parents in Remarks to Teachers

Do kids in America’s classrooms belong to the teachers? President Joe Biden seems to think so. In remarks to teachers this week at a White House event honoring national and state teachers of the year, Biden told educators that their students “are not somebody else’s children. Read More ›
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Public School Tactics Feed Private School Enrollment

After enrollment declining significantly nationwide over the past few decades due to rising tuition prices and economic recession periods, private schools are currently experiencing a season of unanticipated growth. Read More ›
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Sad mixed-race teenager sitting on sidewalk, relationship problems, awkward age

The Rise in Black Unemployment Is about More Than Race

AFL-CIO chief economist William Spriggs argued that the primary cause for disappointing black employment numbers is discrimination. While there may be some correlation, the primary factor inhibiting black economic attainment is the failure of urban public schools to adequately prepare students for post-secondary education. Read More ›