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If you want to succeed in school, sticking with one school long enough to figure out where your classrooms are is a good place to... [Read More]
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Education Secretary Betsy DeVos backs proposal to allow military families to use $1.3 billion in public funds to send their children to private school or... [Read More]
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A proposal would allow military families to use $1.3 billion in public funds to send their children to private school or pay for education services. [Read More]
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Education Secretary Betsy DeVos is backing a proposal to allow military families to use $1.3 billion in public funds to send their children to private... [Read More]
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ESA options are wildly popular among all families in states that have them, and for good reason. [Read More]
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"Unfortunately, over the past few weeks the tone has moved toward harassment and sarcasm, in and out of the meetings," said Second Selectman Melissa... [Read More]
The Pocatello/Chubbuck School District 25 Board of Trustees unanimously adopted high school boundary changes and remained committed to an open enrollment closed boundary system as... [Read More]
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The California State Board of Education is an important outlier for supporting innovation and public school choice. [Read More]
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The writer is executive director of Educate Nebraska, a nonprofit that advocates for school choice. [Read More]
New Zealand's history of total school choice offers the U.S. some key lessons. [Read More]
The Arkansas Department of Education has denied four districts exemption from participating in Public School Choice Act student transfers across district lines in the 2018-19... [Read More]
The Florida Senate Education Committee unanimously passed the House's mega school choice package bill on Tuesday, but not before it made some major changes influenced... [Read More]
Four districts that sought 2018-19 school year exemptions from participating in Public School Choice Act student transfers across district lines have been denied or partially... [Read More]
Just days ago, applications opened for two of North Carolina's three private school scholarship programs. Parents of thousands of low-income and special needs children are... [Read More]
NOTE: This story has been updated to reflect the correct grade levels affected by the MGSD's action. [Read More]
In a Feb. 4 column appearing in the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier, "School choice strengthens all education," Rep. Walt Rogers argues school privatization does not harm... [Read More]
Parents of kindergarten-through-sixth grade students in the Mooresville Graded School District will no longer get to choose where their children go to school. [Read More]
A bill to expand New Hampshire's Education Tax Credit program has some worried the state could create a tax shelter for the wealthy.Currently, businesses can... [Read More]
In a Feb. 4 column, "School choice strengthens all education," Rep. Walt Rogers argues school privatization does not harm public schools. In support of his... [Read More]
Dear Editor: My son is among the many children who live under the threat of being separated from their school, teacher, and classmates because of... [Read More]
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