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Jan 04

The Object of Our Taxation

This is the third in a larger blog series about liberating education through educational freedom.   In his 1958 book Freedom of Choice in...
Jan 03

The Roots of Educational Freedom

This is the second in a larger blog series about liberating education through educational freedom.   There is a strange notion going around that...
Jan 02

Liberating Education

As we head into a new year with new opportunities to expand educational choice for families across America, it’s appropriate to take a moment...
Dec 18

School Choice in Pop Culture: Yes, Prime Minister

In today’s episode of EdChoice Chats, our President and CEO Robert Enlow and our Director of Policy Jason Bedrick discuss one iconic episode of...
Dec 17

A More Rigorous Education: A Gifted Family’s School Choice Story

In this episode of EdChoice Chats, our CRM and Email Marketing Manager Abby Hayes talks with Ola Alayande, a mother of seven children, about...
Dec 13

Schooling in America Series: The Public on School Choice

After a 2017 where school choice seemed to garner more headlines than ever thanks to federal proponents and policy proposals, this election year seemed...
Dec 12

Schooling in America Series: K–12 Education Funding

Nothing quite garnered the national stage this year like the “Red for Ed” movement and respective teacher walkouts in states like Arizona, Colorado and...
Dec 11

The Monthly Debrief Podcast with the EdChoice State Team – November to December 2018

LISTEN ON ITUNES LISTEN ON STITCHER Our Podcast Transcribed Michael Chartier: Thank you everybody, and welcome to another edition of EdChoice Chats. Usually we...
Dec 11

Schooling in America Series: Getting to Know the Public on Public Education

Nationally, households with parents of school-aged children make up just 42 percent of all households. Those who are not school-aged parents—that other 58 percent...
Dec 10

Schooling in America Series: Getting to Know School Parents

Parents tend to be satisfied with their local public schools but want more options for their children at the same time. That may seem...

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