At a time countless students face obstacles that could permanently stunt their learning growth, school choice provides one obvious solution to help mitigate a ‘lost generation.’
Instituting school vouchers and allowing money to follow students will not mean much if charter and private schools end up offering more of the same thing.
This term, the Supreme Court has the opportunity to bury anti-Catholic laws now used to discriminate against all religions, and secure a brighter future for kids like Raelyn Sukhbir.
The court is now poised to settle one of the most pressing issues in American education and issue perhaps the most important education-related ruling since Brown v. Board of Education.
Betsy DeVos frightens the heebiejeebies out of the Left because her marquee policy—school choice—uncovers their intellectual and moral bankruptcy.
Increasingly, it seems that choice students may undergo a performance drop upon initially entering the program, but a performance gain from continued exposure.
As you know, back in 2018 the voters of Iowa decided to make summer camp compulsory—and for good reason.
Steven Singer of The Huffington Post would have you believe that when parents have more choices, they have fewer choices.
Leftist control over education, from preschool through college, is a prime contributor to leading Republicans’ inability to think through education policy.
Her opponents fight the person, but Betsy DeVos’s platform is sound education reform.
Far from debating the merits of Betsy DeVos’s support of school choice, a New York Times op-ed insinuates she’s a religious zealot who intends to Christianize public education.
No objective data finds that a single major federal program has had any effect on any of its targeted outcomes. This ought to give Betsy DeVos some humility about her position.
John Oliver’s most recent show repeated union talking points that parents across the political spectrum have realized are lies that consign millions of kids to a piss-poor education.
Republicans such as Ben Carson aren’t the only ones with concerns about Islam, and race isn’t the paramount issue.
The United States has long been a world leader in school vouchers—for higher education. Now higher education vouchers need to take some tips from their K-12 cousin.
A court decision in Colorado could erase sectarian discrimination from 37 state constitutions. Or end vouchers nationwide.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren once touted school choice as a necessary relief for middle-class families. With the presidency in view, no longer.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker has proven himself good at defense. But our national problems require a far more cohesive offense. Or one at all.
Instead of running as a more moderate Progressive, North Carolina Senate challenger Thom Tillis should turn the tables on Sen. Kay Hagan, pronto.
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