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.
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. 264: Big Ideas – “Micro-Schools versus Waitlists” with Matt Ladner
In this episode we speak with Matt Ladner about his recent report, “Micro- Schools versus Waitlists: A Guidebook for the Innovative Arizona Educator.” He tells us about the innovative
Ep. 263: Big Ideas – “A Kite in a Hurricane No More” with Lance Izumi
In this episode we hear from Lance Izumi about the book he wrote with co-author and subject of the book, Mia Giordano. The book chronicles Mia’s experiences trying to
Ep. 262: Researcher Profile – Dr. Adaobi Anakwe
Adaobi Anakwe, postdoctoral fellow at the University of Missouri School of Health Professions, discusses her research study into the virtual challenges that African-American families with school-aged children faced during
Ep. 261: Quarterly Teacher Survey – June 2021
In this episode, we share our top findings from our second quarterly survey of educators this year—including teacher opinions on COVID-19 and flexible teaching locations.