Katie Brooks

Katie Brooks is the marketing director for EdChoice. She manages editorial and strategic marketing efforts, including the website, blog, email communications, promotional campaigns, social media and more.

The New 123s of School Choice – What You Need to Know

As you might have seen in an email or on social media, we are revamping The 123s of School Choice guide this year, making it fully digital. If you’re not familiar with The 123s report is, let us catch you up. Researchers from across the country have conducted almost 170 empirical studies (as of this […]

The 2021 EdChoice Yearbook Superlatives

The EdChoice team has never experienced a year quite like 2020. Though we’re all eager to move forward, we couldn’t put it in the rearview mirror for good before bringing you our annual yearbook superlatives What better time than National School Choice Week to highlight some of the big school choice challenges and wins from […]

What America Thinks of K–12 Education (Told in Infographics)

Each year, EdChoice and Braun Research survey a representative sample of the American public on issues facing K–12 education. In 2019, the Schooling in America poll showed us differences and similarities among the key demographics most affected by schools and K–12 education policies: school parents and public school teachers. Additionally, as Boomers, Millennials, Gen X […]

The 2020 EdChoice Yearbook Superlatives

We caffeinated. We debated. We declared this year’s yearbook superlatives, including most likely to succeed in 2020. It’s National School Choice Week, and that means it’s time for the EdChoice team to dig into the states’ school choice policies and efforts. What was the movement’s biggest setback? What was the most inspiring development of the […]

The 2019 EdChoice Yearbook Superlatives

The EdChoice team debated and dubbed this year’s yearbook superlatives, including most likely to succeed in 2019.   There’s no better time to reflect on recent school choice happenings and look forward to a new year than during National School Choice Week. As we do every year, the EdChoice team got together to vote on […]

Key Findings from the 2019 Schooling in America Survey

Americans’ satisfaction with K–12 education reached a 15-year high this year, according to Gallup. But do parents and teachers agree? Is there consensus among generations? Growing education reform efforts indicate there’s more under the surface. Our 2019 Schooling in America Survey with Braun Research measures American attitudes toward big issues in K–12 education and digs […]

Five Talking Points on School Vouchers

“How could anyone be for private school vouchers? Aren’t they just a corporate scheme to privatize and defund our public schools?” your mom friend asks as the kids play on the jungle gym. We’re no stranger to loaded questions like these, and you shouldn’t be afraid to speak up for what you believe in. Next […]

The 2019 “ABCs of School Choice” Handbook Features You Should Know

2019 ABCs of School Choice

Which new 2019 ABCs of School Choice features matter most? We boiled them down for you in the list below. Check them out, and don’t forget to pre-order your free print copy by hitting the button below. ORDER MY FREE ABCS The ABCs of School Choice is a comprehensive handbook to every private school choice […]

Key Findings from the 2018 Schooling in America Survey

From walkouts to the Supreme Court to ballot measures, teachers and K–12 education made headlines this year. Elections can only tell us so much about what the public thinks about education matters and reforms, such as school choice. That’s why we look to polls like EdChoice’s six-years-running Schooling in America Survey, which allows us to provide a […]