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EdChoice President and CEO on Utah Gov. Herbert’s veto of House Bill 332

INDIANAPOLIS—EdChoice, a national nonprofit organization that promotes state-based educational choice programs, released the following statement from its President and CEO Robert C. Enlow in response to Utah Gov. Gary

EdChoice on lawsuit filed against Tennessee ESA program

INDIANAPOLIS—EdChoice, a national nonprofit organization that promotes state-based educational choice programs, released the following statement from Vice President of Legal Affairs Leslie Hiner regarding a lawsuit filed today against

EdChoice on oral arguments in Espinoza v. Montana Department of Revenue

INDIANAPOLIS—EdChoice, a national nonprofit organization that promotes state-based educational choice programs, released the following statement from Vice President of Legal Affairs Leslie Hiner regarding oral arguments heard today at

EdChoice announces board leadership changes, new board member

INDIANAPOLIS—EdChoice, a national nonprofit organization that promotes state-based educational choice programs, today announced Indiana businessman Fred Klipsch as Chair of its Board of Directors. Klipsch is the former owner

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EdChoice on Senate vote today regarding IRS charitable contribution rule

INDIANAPOLIS—EdChoice, a national nonprofit organization that promotes state-based educational choice programs, released the following statement from Vice President of Legal Affairs Leslie Hiner on the vote today on Senate

New feature film highlights EdChoice board member’s school choice story

Miss Virginia screenings begin this weekend in New York and Washington INDIANAPOLIS—This weekend marks the opening of Miss Virginia, a new feature film starring Uzo Aduba based on the

EdChoice on SCOTUS announcement in Espinoza v. Montana Dept. of Revenue

INDIANAPOLIS—EdChoice, a national nonprofit organization that promotes state-based educational choice programs, released the following statement from Vice President of Legal Affairs Leslie Hiner on the announcement today that the

EdChoice on K-12 education proposals in West Virginia

INDIANAPOLIS—EdChoice, a national nonprofit organization that promotes state-based educational choice programs, released the following statement from President and CEO Robert Enlow on the latest legislative action on K-12 education

EdChoice on Department of Treasury guidance affecting tax-credit scholarship donors

INDIANAPOLIS—EdChoice, a national nonprofit organization that promotes state-based educational choice programs, released the following statement from Vice President of Legal Affairs Leslie Hiner on guidance issued today by the

EdChoice statement on proposed federal school choice legislation

INDIANAPOLIS—EdChoice, a national nonprofit organization that promotes state-based educational choice programs, released the following statement about a Congressional school choice proposal that would make federal tax credits available for donations

EdChoice on Florida Supreme Court victory for school choice

INDIANAPOLIS—EdChoice, a national nonprofit organization that promotes state-based educational choice programs, released the following statement on the Florida Supreme Court ruling today on the education funding and the state’s

EdChoice on New Mexico ruling that private school students can receive state-funded textbooks

INDIANAPOLIS—EdChoice, a national nonprofit organization that promotes state-based educational choice programs, released the following statement on the New Mexico Supreme Court ruling on Thursday that taxpayer dollars can be

EdChoice on Montana Supreme Court ruling against tax-credit scholarships

INDIANAPOLIS—EdChoice, a national nonprofit organization that promotes state-based educational choice programs, released the following statement on the Montana Supreme Court’s ruling today against the state’s tax-credit scholarship program being used

EdChoice on proposed IRS rule limiting the federal deductibility of charitable contributions

INDIANAPOLIS—EdChoice, a national nonprofit organization that promotes state-based educational choice programs, released the following statement from Vice President of Legal Affairs Leslie Hiner on a proposed IRS rule that

New report shows that despite choice-rich reputation, not all parts of Indiana have equitable access to K–8 or high school options

INDIANAPOLIS—EdChoice, a national nonprofit organization that promotes state-based educational choice programs, today release a new report using mapping software to generate drive-time distances to different schooling types in Indiana.

EdChoice VP of Legal Affairs on Supreme Court of Puerto Rico dismissing challenge to vouchers, charters

INDIANAPOLIS—EdChoice, a national nonprofit organization that promotes state-based educational choice programs, released the following statement from Vice President of Legal Affairs Leslie Hiner on the Supreme Court of Puerto

EdChoice VP of Legal Affairs on Janus ruling

INDIANAPOLIS—EdChoice, a national nonprofit organization that promotes state-based educational choice programs, released the following statement from Vice President of Legal Affairs Leslie Hiner on the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision

EdChoice statement on 2017 NAEP results

INDIANAPOLIS—EdChoice President and CEO Robert Enlow issued the following statement on today’s release of 2017 NAEP scores, often referred to as “the nation’s report card.” “Testing, testing, testing. That’s

EdChoice releases 2017 “Schooling in America” survey results

INDIANAPOLIS—EdChoice, a national nonprofit organization that promotes state-based educational choice programs, today released the findings of its 2017 “Schooling in America” national survey at an event in Washington, D.C.

EdChoice statement on federal 529 tax proposal

INDIANAPOLIS—EdChoice President and CEO Robert C. Enlow offered the following statement in response to a federal tax proposal this week that would allow families across the United States to

Mike McShane joins EdChoice as Director of National Research

National K-12 nonprofit also announces two internal promotions INDIANAPOLIS—EdChoice, a national nonprofit organization that promotes state-based educational choice programs, today announced that Dr. Michael McShane will join its research

New EdChoice survey showcases parental satisfaction, choices among Indiana public, private and charter school parents

One-third of Hoosier parents unaware of state’s voucher, tax-credit scholarship programs INDIANAPOLIS—EdChoice, a national nonprofit organization that promotes state-based educational choice programs, today released a cross-sector survey of Indiana

EdChoice statement on new tax-credit scholarship program in Illinois

INDIANAPOLIS—EdChoice, a national nonprofit organization that promotes state-based educational choice programs, issued this statement following the passage today of a new, $75 million tax-credit scholarship program in Illinois, which

Report: Public schools have been short-changing teachers for decades

K-12 staffing has surged over the past 65 years; non-teachers have benefitted most INDIANAPOLIS — A new national report released today looks at how much American public schools have

Successful charter school attracts families to blighted community

California case study shows how choice programs can drive relocation, spur urban renewal INDIANAPOLIS — EdChoice, a national nonprofit organization that promotes state-based educational choice programs, today released a

EdChoice releases 2017 edition of ABCs of School Choice

Policymaker handbook details every private school choice program in the United States INDIANAPOLIS — As part of its celebration of National School Choice Week, EdChoice today released its annual

EdChoice releases survey of private school landscape in Texas

New data distributed as policymakers consider educational choice proposals INDIANAPOLIS — EdChoice, a nonprofit organization that promotes state-based educational choice programs, today released a policy brief outlining the private

New survey shows room to grow, support for ESAs among Arizona private schools

Data also show Arizona private schools have grown more diverse over time INDIANAPOLIS — EdChoice, formerly the Friedman Foundation for Educational Choice, has released Exploring Arizona’s Private Education Sector, its

Report: School choice has yet to deliver more private school students, capacity

Future growth depends on quality policies and sustainable programs INDIANAPOLIS — EdChoice, formerly the Friedman Foundation for Educational Choice, today released a new research report concluding that school choice

Report: Tax-credit scholarships have saved taxpayers at least $1.7 billion since 1997

Programs allow individuals, businesses to reduce tax liability by donating to nonprofits that in turn provide scholarships for students to attend private schools INDIANAPOLIS — EdChoice, formerly the Friedman

EdChoice releases 2016 “Schooling in America” national polling results

INDIANAPOLIS — EdChoice, formerly the Friedman Foundation for Educational Choice, has released the results from its 2016 “Schooling in America” survey, the fifth year it has conducted a national

EdChoice statement on Nevada Supreme Court ruling affirming constitutionality of ESA program, calling for new funding source

INDIANAPOLIS — EdChoice President and CEO Robert Enlow issued the following statement in response to a Nevada Supreme Court ruling today that upheld the legality of Nevada’s nearly universal

National survey of state legislators illustrates how they make decisions, whom they trust and what they think about educational choice

New EdChoice report documents what’s believed to be first phone-only legislator survey in more than 15 years INDIANAPOLIS — EdChoice, formerly the Friedman Foundation for Educational Choice, today released

Arkansas private schools need to know more about state’s new special needs voucher

Once informed, schools are eager to be part of educational choice program INDIANAPOLIS — Arkansas private schools have limited knowledge about a new voucher program launching there this fall,

Friedman Foundation changes name to EdChoice

New name represents the future of the organization and its mission of unencumbered school choice for all families INDIANAPOLIS – The Friedman Foundation for Educational Choice today announced that

Tenth and final Friedman Legacy Day to be celebrated around the world this month

More than 100 events will honor the life and intellectual legacy of legendary economist Dr. Milton Friedman INDIANAPOLIS – At the end of this month, more than 100 organizations

Indiana Parent Survey finds Hoosier private school and school choice parents overwhelmingly satisfied with nation’s largest voucher program

Parents report increased community and school engagement, say choice program is easy to use INDIANAPOLIS — The Friedman Foundation for Educational Choice today released Why Parents Choose, a survey

Friedman Foundation response to ruling on Nevada’s education savings account (ESA) program

“Today’s ruling is a clear victory for Nevada families and students who are anxiously awaiting the chance to use ESAs to pursue the educational opportunities their children need and

Friedman Foundation releases fourth edition of Win-Win report

Synthesis of 100 school choice studies finds positive outcomes in five key areas; report also addresses negative findings related to Louisiana voucher program INDIANAPOLIS — The Friedman Foundation for

New Report Examines the Effect of Competition on Innovation in K–12 Education

Charter, private schools are best to improve all schools via competitive pressure INDIANAPOLIS – The Friedman Foundation for Educational Choice today released Pursuing Innovation: How Can Educational Choice Transform

Friedman Foundation responds to Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe’s veto of choice program for students with disabilities

INDIANAPOLIS – The Friedman Foundation for Educational Choice responded to Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe’s veto late yesterday of the Parental Choice in Education Savings Account (PCESA) program, which would

Hoosiers Strongly Support School Choice, View Public Education in Indiana On ‘Wrong Track’

For Immediate Release January 20, 2016 INDIANAPOLIS – Nearly five years after Indiana’s Choice Scholarship Program, which assists low-and-middle income students and students with special needs with vouchers to

New Report Finds Public School Integration Lags Integration in American Neighborhoods

Research Suggests School Choice Creates More Integration INDIANAPOLIS (Oct. 28, 2015) – Although public school integration has improved since the end of the last century, it still lags the

Survey Finds Colorado Private School Supply Primed for School Choice Families

INDIANAPOLIS (Oct. 15, 2015) – New data show Colorado’s private schools have an estimated 9,000 open seats, are open to school choice programs, and, for the most part, have

Latinos’ Support for School Choice Outpacing Nation

INDIANAPOLIS (Sept. 10, 2015) –Latinos living in the United States support school choice in higher numbers than the general population and nearly all other demographics, according to a new

Report Finds New School Choice Programs Would Cover Majority of Private School Tuition Costs

Nevada Private School Enrollment Expected to Spike 33 Percent INDIANAPOLIS (Aug. 18, 2015) – A Nevada school choice program to launch in 2016 will cover the majority of private

Poll Shows Nationwide Support for Emerging School Choice Program

WASHINGTON, D.C. (June 30, 2015) – More than six in 10 Americans support giving all students a new form of school choice emerging in the states known as education

Low-Income Baltimore School Choice Students Graduate Early, Attend College at Above Average Rates

INDIANAPOLIS (April 20, 2015) – A survey report released today finds recipients of a privately-financed Baltimore scholarship program for low-income families graduate high school early and go to four-year

New Poll Finds Dual Support for Minnesota Public Schools and New School Choice Options

INDIANAPOLIS (April 15, 2015) – A new survey by Braun Research, Inc. finds Minnesota voters like their public schools but still support education savings accounts—a school choice option now

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