President’s Letter: The 2022 ABCs of School Choice
With six new programs, 2011 was the year of school choice. A decade later, 2021 became the year of educational choice. EdChoice President & CEO Robert Enlow takes a look back at 2021 with an eye on a new year that could buck a major trend in the school choice movement.
The 2022 EdChoice Yearbook Superlatives
After the officially dubbed Year of Educational Choice, find out the EdChoice team’s annual yearbook superlatives, including Best New Program and Most Likely to Succeed in 2022.
Ep. 288: Cool Schools with Bill Wendl
In today’s episode of the podcast we talk to the principal of Prestonwood Christian Academy’s hybrid schooling program, Bill Wendl. He tells us about the innovative ideas needed in
Ep. 286: Monthly Tracker – October 2021
We speak with Holly Grant, someone who became a supporter of the school choice movement when she searched for options to for her children when the pandemic first started
Ep. 285: The Chicken Little Report
In this episode we speak with colleague Jason Bedrick the coauthor of a new report, Who’s Afraid of School Choice: Examining the Validity and Intensity of Predictions by School
Who’s Afraid of School Choice?
When states consider expanding #schoolchoice policies, opponents inevitably start claiming that the sky is falling on public education. Spoiler Alert: It's not, and we have the receipts. The full report is free to view or download here: https://www.edchoice.org/ChickenLittle.
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