Families with children in public schools are restricted to a specifically assigned school based on home address — even if another public school is a better fit. Removing that artificial barrier in order that there are “no more lines” in public education should be a priority.
With the hashtag “#TeachTruth,” the National Education Association demanded the “freedom to teach” and the “freedom to learn” at their annual Representative Assembly earlier this month. It is laughable that the representatives and leaders of the world’s largest teachers union are masquerading as champions of freedom.
It's time to reevaluate and innovate the Christian school business model, identifying areas where practices of other industries can be utilized to strengthen operations, reduce costs, and improve quality.
Despite this tremendous progress in empowering a growing number of parents with the freedom to move their children outside of the public education system, expanding options within public education often remains extremely limited.
On the heels of a historic year of school choice advancement, including legislation that enacted universal or near-universal school choice programs in seven states, Illinois is poised to go in the opposite direction, delivering a blow to low-income families.
DeSantis has earned the rank as the nation's top education change agent among his many other achievements as governor. Other governors should emulate his example of courageous leadership and enact Florida's education model legislation.
Wins keep pouring in for school choice in red states. Currently, seven states have enacted universal or near-universal school choice into law: Arizona, Arkansas, Florida, Indiana, Iowa, Utah, and West Virginia.
By the end of 2023, it is estimated that the education technology market, commonly referred to as EdTech, will reach a value of $270.5 billion. But what is the rate of return in terms of improved student learning for all this spending?
Increasingly, K-12 students are peddled ideas counter to basic biological reality related to their bodies. This science-defying deception takes place in the government-funded and regulated academic institutions across our country that are tasked with effectively educating our future citizenry and workforce.
Hoping to see someone I knew in the sea of people arriving in black-tie attire, I spotted a familiar face, Tucker Carlson. My conversation with Tucker — and the timing of it — will not soon be forgotten.
Back when you lived in Virginia, you were involved with one of the labs built at Thomas Jefferson High School, which today is the top ranking public high school in the country. Share with us what that school did that was …