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Oct 17

How Parents Feel about School Choice Then and Now

How do the nation’s first vouchers for students with special needs match up against the country’s first education savings accounts (ESAs) for students with...
Oct 15

Friedman: School Choice is Effective

In reaction to our survey of Iowa voters, the University of Iowa’s independent student newspaper, The Daily Iowan, cast out some enticing bait in...
Oct 10

Are Arizona Families Satisfied with Education Savings Accounts?

Arizona’s one-of-a-kind education savings accounts (ESAs), called Empowerment Scholarship Accounts, are bank accounts eligible parents can use only for their children’s education expenses, current...
Oct 08

Transcending Partisan Views on School Choice

They do things differently in Iowa. And I mean they do so in a refreshing way. As I have talked with folks there, it...
Oct 07

Another Way to Save for College?

Let’s get hypothetical: What could happen if every student in Arizona had access to education savings accounts (ESAs), called Empowerment Scholarship Accounts, and used the...
Oct 06

What’s “Wrong” with School Choice?

American education would be far better off if, instead of asking that question, more school leaders asked “What’s so wrong with my school that...

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