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Nov 08

Where Governors Stand on School Choice 2018

Wondering where the nation’s newly elected or re-elected governors stand on education reform—and specifically on the issue of private school choice? We’ve collected their...
Nov 06

Researcher Profile Podcast: Grant Clayton

In this episode of EdChoice Chats, our Director of State Research and Special Projects Drew Catt talks with Assistant Professor of Teaching and Learning...
Nov 06

America’s Public Worker Pension Crisis Hits Primetime

  Pensions hit primetime. PBS recently aired an episode of Frontline that reported on public employee pensions in Kentucky. This is an issue that...
Nov 05

BRIEF: School Choice in the States, October 2018

LEGISLATION AND LITIGATION National Children receiving a better education thanks to tax-credit scholarship programs may soon see those scholarships reduced or eliminated as a...
Nov 02

Cool Schools: Season One Roundup

In our Cool Schools podcast series, EdChoice’s Director of National Research Mike McShane spotlights some—you guessed it—cool schools across the country. This series isn’t...
Oct 30

Largest-of-its-kind survey finds Florida school choice parents more satisfied with their children’s education

Florida’s tax-credit scholarship program—a type of private school choice program—serves some of the most disadvantaged students in the state. In an effort to better...
Oct 23

The Monthly Debrief Podcast with the EdChoice State Team – September to October 2018

LISTEN ON ITUNES LISTEN ON STITCHER Our Podcast Transcribed Lauren: Welcome listeners, this is Lauren Hodge at joining you in studio with Jason Bedrick...
Oct 16

Cool Schools: Build UP Focuses on Education and Workforce Development in Urban Areas

In today’s episode of EdChoice Chats, Mike McShane talks with the founder of Build UP, a new school launching in 2019 in Ensley, Alabama....
Oct 09

School Choice in Pop Culture: Harry Potter

In today’s episode of EdChoice Chats, two hardcore Harry Potter fans—our President and CEO Robert Enlow and our CRM and Email Marketing Manager Abby...
Oct 02

New Report Asks Whether We Should Do-Over or Double Down on K–12 Accountability

What does it mean to hold schools accountable? We convened focus groups of K–12 stakeholders—from policymakers to researchers to teachers—to wrestle with that tough...

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