education reform

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Bored and discouraged student
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Uniform Schools Yield Uniformly Poor Results

Parents who have two or more children know how totally different children can be. Even with the same two parents, living in the same house, eating the same food, and having very similar learning experiences, children will still turn out to be different in personality, interests, and even appearance. So why would we stick with an education system that treats all children alike? Read More ›
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African american father doing homework with his daughter. Black dad helping kid to learn and study for school. Family portrait.
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K-12 Hybrid Schooling Is in High Demand

Polling data reveals that 49% of parents would prefer their child learn from home at least one day a week. While 10% want full-time homeschooling, the remaining 39% of parents desire their child to learn at home one to four days a week, with the remaining days attending school on-campus. Read More ›
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Schoolboy solving a problem on a blackboard.
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Could Singapore Math Be a Fix for U.S. Mathematics Education?

Over the past couple of decades, Singapore has consistently outranked international competition in mathematics. Meanwhile, the United States is sadly below average in mathematics, which is a critical area of education that drives success in STEM careers. Read More ›
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Arizona flag and Iowa flag States of America waving with texture sky Cloud and sunset double flag
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The Two States Now Have Universal School Choice — And Yours Could Be Next

Iowa became the second state in the country to pass universal school choice, directly providing families with funds to support their children’s education. Arizona was the trendsetter for this new wave of educational freedom after Governor Doug Ducey signed universal school choice into law on July 7, 2022. Read More ›