NEW REPORT: Who’s Afraid of School Choice?

Whenever a state legislature is considering a bill to create a new educational choice policy, the proverbial Chicken Littles inevitably start squawking that the sky is falling on public education. Spoiler Alert: It's not, and we have the receipts.

Navigating the Pandemic: The Views of Special Education Parents

Schooling Experiences and Opinions During COVID-19

Ep. 284: Cool Schools with Teresa Sanders

In this episode we hear from Safari Small School creator Dr. Teresa Sanders. She candidly tells us her reasons on why she started her own school and the goals

BRIEF: School Choice in the States – October 2021

Need a record of October 2021’s state school choice happenings? Our brief roundup has you covered.

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NEW RESEARCH: The Costs and Savings of Educational Choice Programs in the U.S.

EdChoice’s fiscal expert breaks down the short- and long-run costs and savings of America’s school choice programs

Ep. 281: The Fiscal Effects of School Choice

A new, updated analysis of the fiscal effects of school choice is out now!

Ep. 283: Was Milton Right? — with Virginia Walden Ford

In this episode we hear from a champion in the school choice movement, Virginia Walden Ford, someone whose been working for our cause for many years. She tells us

Ep. 282: 25 Years — 25 Years of EdChoice with Dan Miller

We speak with Dan Miller, who runs Historical Solutions, where he uses history to help teach lessons in leadership.

Ep. 280: The Ohio Survey with Yitz Frank

In this episode we hear from Chairman of the Board of School Choice Ohio Yitz Frank and the results of their recent survey they conducted of Ohio families on

25 Years: 25 Most Significant School Choice Research Findings

We asked our research team to identify the top 25 choice-related reports from the past 25 years, and they delivered.

Ep. 279: 25 Years — 25 Research Findings

The EdChoice research team talks about their list of the 25 most significant research findings over the last 25 years.

EdChoice Public Opinion Tracker: Top Takeaways October 2021

Check out the key findings from our October public opinion polling.

Ep. 278: Monthly Tracker – September 2021

In this episode we dive deeper into the four polls we put in the field during the month of September. We break down some of the results from our

Legally Speaking: Protecting School Choice from Litigation

The EdChoice Legal Defense and Education Center (LDEC) team share their answers to your burning questions about protecting school choice from legal attacks

Public Opinion Tracker Deep Dive: Black K-12 Parent Perspectives (September 2021)

Learn the five key findings from September poll of Black parents on K–12 education.

Ep. 277: Legal Updates with Leslie – Maine’s Carson case

Our VP of Legal Affairs Leslie Hiner gives an update on the upcoming Carson v. Makin Supreme Court case out of Maine. She also gives us the backstory on

Ep. 276: Cool Schools with Tom Carroll

In this episode of our Cool Schools series we chat with the superintendent of the Boston Archdiocese Catholic Schools, Tom Carroll. We learn more about what he’s doing in

Public Opinion Tracker: Teacher Survey Top Takeaways Q3 2021

Check out our latest results and takeaways from our quarterly polling of K-12 teachers.

Ep. 275: 25 Years with Michael Chartier and Don Soifer — The Nevada Story

We continue to celebrate our 25th Anniversary by speaking with Michael Chartier and Don Soifer and they tell us about advancements in school choice in the state of Nevada.

Ep. 274: Cool Schools with Kurtis Indorf

In this episode of our Cool Schools series we talk to Kurtis Indorf, president of Great Hearts Online and Great Hearts Microschools in Arizona. He tells us the innovative

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A New Narrative: Black Parents, Educators Can Shatter Outmoded K-12 Framework

By Kristen Smith When Zaila Avant-garde won the national spelling bee, I knew it wouldn’t be long before school choice became a part of the discussion. A naturally bright kid,

My Children Were New to Online Learning Last Year, And Here’s Why We’re Staying

By Marcela Costa Pereira Reis, a mom of three from Boca Raton, Fla., whose children are attending Florida Virtual School Last year, many families discovered online learning for the first

Blind Data: On Inputs, Outcomes And Whether Parents Care

By Jennifer Wagner Hi there. Do you like research? We have lots of research. Like, an entire library full of it that I bet five bucks you couldn’t read all

Two Polls Diverged On The Issue Of School Choice: An Explainer

By Jennifer Wagner Pardon me while I put my ex-political hack hat on for a moment to talk about polling. When you work in politics, you don’t just love polling; you

Ladner’s Take: Open Enrollment Might Just Be Inevitable

By Jennifer Wagner EdChoice Fellow and longtime school choice advocate Matt Ladner has a solid new blog post over at the Fordham Institute about the future of open enrollment and

Back To School: Don’t Expect Black Parents To Rush Right In

By Gwen Samuel Yep, it’s that time of year again for diverse families across the country where parents are sending their most precious cargo (children) into the hands of educators,