public schools

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Alabama State Capitol in Montgomery at Night
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Alabama Governor Ivey’s Top Legislative Priority Is Advancing Educational Freedom

In the State of the State Address recently, Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey announced, “passing an education savings account bill that works for families and for Alabama is my number one legislative priority.” Read More ›
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A children’s protest in which a girl speaks through a megaphone giving a message of non-violence at a demonstration for peace and the eradication of conflicts,copy space
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Public School District Spent Quarter of a Million Dollars on ‘Woke Kindergarten’ Teacher Training

Instead of effectively equipping educators to teach students to read and do basic math, the Hayward Unified School District in the Bay Area of California reportedly spent $250,000 on ‘Woke Kindergarten’ teacher training. Read More ›
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Tennessee (USA) flag waving on the wind
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It’s Time for Tennessee to Enact Universal Education Freedom

Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee (Republican), in his sixth State of the State address earlier this month, declared that “2024 is the year to make school choice a reality for every Tennessee family.” Gov. Lee rightly acknowledged that “parents know what’s best for their child’s education.” Read More ›
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It is an open doors day in a school. We see a big queue of adults and children near to a school. Children and their parents – all together welcome to school!
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Parental Pursuit of School Choice Is Skyrocketing

It is National School Choice Week, and parental demand for educational options for their children is surging. A January parent survey revealed that 72% of parents “considered new schools for their children last year–a 35% increase over 2022.” Sixty-three percent searched for a new school, and 44% chose one. Read More ›
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Parents Helping Children With Homework In Kitchen
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A Texas Charter School Prioritizing Parental Involvement

At a time when district public schools are pushing parents away and even working at odds and in secrecy, a charter school in Dallas, Texas, is operating a school model that intently prioritizes parental involvement. Read More ›
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Young couple sending their children to school
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School Choice Hypocrisy: Good for My Children, but Not Yours

There are five major categories of people working to block school choice for others despite taking advantage of it themselves. The most hypocritical — those who send their own children to private schools as their wealth allows but don’t want others to have that opportunity. Read More ›
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Daughter is reading book to her international parents
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How Texas Is Becoming the Frontlines for Parents-First School Choice

For far too long, K-12 public schools have been viewed as the only experts when it comes to educating children. Parents’ fundamental responsibility to serve as the primary educators of their children has been outsourced to these government institutes, where the vast majority of children remain trapped. Read More ›
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Abbott Says He’s Keeping Texas Lawmakers in Session Until They Expand School Choice

Historically, Texas has painfully lagged in school choice programs, resembling more of a blue state than its Republican trifecta. But Governor Abbott is committed to changing that. Read More ›
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College-Simulated Learning for K-12

Recent polling suggests that nearly half of parents would prefer a hybrid approach for their child’s education, combining on-campus and at-home learning days each week. A promising model of hybrid education exists by the name of college-simulated learning. Read More ›