Public Opinion Tracker: Teacher Survey Top Takeaways Q3 2021

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

Making The Brand: From Friedman To EdChoice

After 25 years, learn where our organization brand started and how our look has evolved over the decades.

How West Virginia Created the Most Expansive Education Savings Accounts in the Nation

Meet Garrett Ballengee and learn more about how West Virginia went from no school choice to the most expansive ESA program in the nation.

BRIEF: School Choice in the States – September 2021

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

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EdChoice Public Opinion Tracker: Top Takeaways September 2021

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

Ep. 273: Big Ideas — Arizona Mapping with Matt Beienburg

In this episode we hear from Matt Beienburg, director of education policy at the Goldwater Institute, and our own director of state research and special projects, Drew Catt. The

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

Learn the four key findings from our August/September poll of Black parents on K–12 education.

NEW REPORT: The Accountability Myth

McShane’s new paper—The Accountability Myth—delves into how public, private and charter schools are held accountable … or are they?

Public Opinion Tracker Deep Dive: Teen Perspective (August – September)

In this wave of polling we ask high school teens their opinions on COVID-19 and the current school year.

Ep. 270: Cool Schools with Don Soifer

In this installment of our Cool Schools series we chat with Don Soifer, President of Nevada for School Options, and his Chief of Staff Ashley Campbell. They speak to

How Searching Options for My Family Led Me to the School Choice Movement

A guest blog post by Holly Grant, PhD to help us celebrate 25 years of educational choice advocacy.

Ep. 269: Monthly Tracker – August 2021

In this episode, we share key takeaways from our August 2021 wave of polling as reported on our EdChoice Public Opinion Tracker.

Ep. 268: Cool Schools with Christian Dallavis

We kick off season four of our Cool Schools series with Christian Dallavis, the Assistant Superintendent for the Partnership Schools, that started in New York and has since expanded

Ep. 267: 25 Years with Susan and Robert — An Early History of the Movement

Our own President and CEO Robert Enlow teams up with longtime advocate Susan Mitchell to discuss the past 25 years of the educational choice movement. What are those early

25 Years of EdChoice – A Timeline

It all started when Milton and Rose D. Friedman founded our organization in 1996. Watch this timeline walkthrough of the past 25 years of EdChoice milestones, all the way up to 2021—the year of educational choice.

BRIEF: School Choice in the States – August 2021

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

The Top 10 Findings from EdChoice’s 2021 Schooling in America Survey

Since 2013, we’ve surveyed the American public and school parents about the state of K–12 education, their schooling preferences and educational choice policies.

Ep. 266: 2021 Schooling In America Survey

The annual edition of our Schooling in America Survey with Braun Research launched today. Check out the key findings according to the report’s authors on your commute, over lunch

Ep. 265: Monthly Tracker Results – July 2021

In this episode, we share key takeaways from our July 2021 wave of polling as reported on our EdChoice Public Opinion Tracker.

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

Learn the four key findings from our July/August poll of Black parents on K–12 education.

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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,

Forced To Conform: School Choice Would Have Made A Difference

A first-person perspective on what it felt like to be without K-12 options By Christina Grattan During a high school rally, my cross country team participated in a dance-off against