Keri Ingraham

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How to Navigate Your Child’s Education

Recently, I was asked by my alma mater, Regent University, to provide guidance for parents as they navigate their child’s academic journey. As parents, it is your responsibility to protect the heart and mind of your child. You are ultimately responsible for your son’s or daughter’s education. Here is what I shared as originally published in IMPACT. Read More ›

Dr. Keri D. Ingraham Discusses Flaws in the American Education System on Futures Edge

On Futures Edge, hosted by Jim Iuorio and Bob Iaccino, Dr. Keri D. Ingraham discusses the flaws in the American education system that are holding our students and our country back from a successful and thriving future. Read More ›

Dr. Keri D. Ingraham Discusses Indoctrination in K-12 Public Education with Jesse Kelly

On the Jesse Kelly Show, Dr. Keri D. Ingraham explains how bureaucrats and teachers' unions influence how and what children think, why teaching between right and wrong in the classroom is important, and the exciting advancement in school choice legislation across the nation. Read More ›
From The Daily Signal's Problematic Women Podcast.

Dr. Keri D. Ingraham Discusses Public Education’s Monopoly on the American Mind on the Problematic Women Podcast

Kristen Eichamer and Crystal Bonham interview Dr. Keri D. Ingraham on the Problematic Women Podcast. Together, they discuss how K-12 public education has a monopoly on the American mind, the economic consequences of COVID school shutdowns, protecting the original intent of Title IX, and the amendment currently before Congress that would require that women register for the draft. Read More ›
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How School Indoctrination Is Sabotaging the U.S. Economy

The U.S. economy is headed in the wrong direction. Gross government overreach is regulating private companies out of business. Inflation is hitting Americans from all angles. It is no surprise that economic confidence is dismal at best. Read More ›
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Louisiana to Become 12th State to Adopt Universal School Choice

The Louisiana Senate and House have passed a sweeping school choice bill that will reach all families statewide by 2025. The bill will become law with the signature of Gov. Jeff Landry (R-LA), a longtime school choice advocate. With his soon-coming signature, Landry will make good on his promise by delivering education freedom to all Louisianans during his inaugural year in office. Read More ›
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Greg Abbott Went to War for School Choice — He Appears to Have Won

Texas voters made their voices heard at the ballot box last week by ousting from the state House of Representatives Republicans who had voted with Democrats to block school choice for families in the Lone Star State. The Texas House is now positioned to successfully pass a sweeping school-choice bill on behalf of Texas families in the 2025 legislative session. Read More ›
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More Public Charter Schools Are Needed Nationwide

Parents, children, and supporters of school choice have cause to celebrate this National Charter Schools Week. Charter schools earned the top two spots on a list of the best high schools in America. Yet these tuition-free public schools open to all students are far too few nationwide. Read More ›
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Bernie Sanders’ Plan to Reduce the Work Week to 32 Hours Will Lead to Nowhere

Self-described democratic socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) introduced the “Thirty-Two Hour Work Week Act” recently that would mandate the standard workweek be reduced from 40 to 32 hours. Under the law, employees would not receive a reduction in pay despite the 20% drop in labor. Read More ›
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Protests Will Cost Universities in the Long Term

The campuses of many of America’s once distinguished institutions of higher education have been dominating the news in the past few weeks as pro-Palestinian, anti-Israel, and antisemitic protesters scream, chant, incite violence, refuse to vacate their tent cities, and make demands of school administrations. This damaging higher education exposure comes on the heels of the K-12 education “great parent awakening." Read More ›