K-12 education

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Closeup of a replica of U.S. Constitution document
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Students Exit the K-12 System With an Anti-American Worldview

In K-12 public school classrooms, American history is nefariously repackaged today to support radical political agendas. Civics and government are pushed aside. Patriotism is viewed with hostility and even claims of racism. Read More ›
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A State’s Most Strategic Plan — Universal School Choice

No other strategic plan can benefit a state more than implementing universal school choice. With Arizona making the leap first, other states will look on with watchful eyes and take notes. We may be witnessing the first step in a revolution with unlimited positive potential for states that follow suit. Read More ›
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Money for the game Monopoly by Hasbro on a white background.
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The Monopolies of Education

Monopolies are seldom efficient or effective. With three monopolies built into our current K-12 public education system, it's not hard to understand why the system is failing the majority of children. Read More ›
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Group of young pupils of elementary school using virtual reality glasses during computer coding class.
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A Case for Disrupting K-12 Education in the U.S.

As other states follow Arizona’s lead in providing families with educational freedom, the market for edupreneurship will continue to grow. Now is the time for creative, innovative business minds with a passion and a vision for the future of education to step into this emerging arena. Read More ›
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Teaching dumb students. Teacher mature man. Fed up. Man desperate teacher in classroom. No hope for better. Tired and exhausted. Difficult work. Emotional burnout. Teacher give up. Hate his job
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Teachers’ Unions’ Blame Game

American Federation of Teachers (AFT) President Randi Weingarten was instrumental in keeping kids locked out of in-person schooling as she mercilessly pushed the union’s self-serving political agenda. Now she uses the dire situation she helped create as the excuse for the teacher-shortage crisis. Read More ›
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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 ›