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Jan 11

BRIEF: School Choice in the States December 2016

LEGISLATION AND LITIGATION Georgia Leslie Hiner worked with outside counsel and, on December 15, 2016, filed an amicus brief with the Georgia Supreme Court...
Dec 22

Nevada Teachers’ Union Poll Finds Support for Educational Choice

A Clark County voter poll commissioned by Nevada’s Clark County Education Association (CCEA), a local teachers’ union, and conducted by Quirk Global Strategies made the...
Dec 21

The Power of Educational Choice

The holiday season is a time for celebrating goodwill, kindness, generosity and, most important, family. In that spirit, we’re sharing three stories that highlight...
Dec 15

Exploring Arizona’s Private Schools After Nearly Two Decades of Educational Choice

  The Grand Canyon State is a pioneer when it comes to educational choice. Arizona has been home to the nation’s first universal school...
Dec 08

EdChoice on the 2015 PISA Results: “Meh.”

  Give the American K–12 education system another participation ribbon, this time for its latest results on the Program for International Student Assessment (PISA),...
Dec 06

BRIEF: School Choice in the States November 2016

  LEGISLATION AND LITIGATION There are no state updates this month regarding school choice program legislation or litigation developments.   IN OTHER NEWS -Although...
Dec 02

The Next Accountability Series Roundup

  One of the most important questions in K–12 education is: Who should hold whom accountable for what, and how? Warring factions have been...
Nov 30

The Next Accountability Part 5: How We Get What We Want

  District schools, charter schools and private schools, and the teachers who educate within them, need accountability if they’re going to perform their best....
Nov 23

Student Story: Why I’m Thankful for Education Savings Accounts

Who am I? My name is Valerie McMurray My birth mother was a heroin addict and an alcoholic all throughout her pregnancy, and because...
Nov 18

Top 5 Ways the New White House Can Support School Choice for Families

  Although K–12 education didn’t feature heavily into the 2016 race for the White House, President-elect Donald Trump has not been shy about his...

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