IN AN ERA FLUSH WITH POLLS AND SURVEYS, K–12 EDUCATION ISSUES GET RELATIVELY INFREQUENT ATTENTION. MOST ANNUAL POLLS ON K–12 AND SCHOOL CHOICE RELEASE IN LATE SUMMER OR FALL. OUR MONTHLY PUBLIC OPINION TRACKER IS HERE TO CHANGE THAT.
Patrick Wolf, professor and 21st Century chair in School Choice in the Department of Education Reform at the University of Arkansas, joins us to discuss a book he edited.
Ian Lindquist joins us to discuss his essay, “Classical Schools in Modern America, published in the fall 2019 edition of National Affairs.
Whether we like it or not, schools are likely to stay closed for a while longer. How will all this change affect students’ mental health?
In partnership with Morning Consult, we surveyed American K–12 school parents about how COVID-19, which we also refer to as “coronavirus,” has affected their lives and their children’s education.
The current economic downturn will have rippling effects on the health of pension funds for public school teachers and other public employees.
What would happen to state and local budgets if a percentage of private school students wind up back in the public system?
In this Monthly Debrief podcast, EdChoice’s President and CEO Robert Enlow and Director of State Relations Lauren Hodge chat with Emily Sass, policy director at the Center for Innovation
A few authors of our annual report, The 123s of School Choice, discuss what you’ll find in this year’s edition. Click here to download the full report, or order