Tag: education choice

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Low-income students benefit when states give all students access to ESAs

In the spring of 2023, the Florida Legislature and governor made ESAs accessible to all K-12 students. (Accessible means the state government provided funding for the number of students it projected would use an ESA. Many states make all students eligible but do not provide sufficient funding for all students... READ MORE
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Postponing the heat death of the charter school universe
Recently Andy Rotherham tweeted and then wrote about the below...
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What do parents want? It’s not hard to decipher
EdChoice retained the polling firm Morning Consult to survey a...
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Charter schools and private options can thrive in tandem
The nation’s first charter school law passed in 1991, the...
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A look back: How massive strides in education choice made history and set trends in 2023
If 2023 could be summed up in a single word,...
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Shielding schools from competition comes with a cost
When educational options expand, there’s usually a big set of...
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Court challenge fails to derail Arkansas education choice scholarships
The headline: The Arkansas Supreme Court upheld state lawmakers’ vote...
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The muse at night burns big and bright deep in the heart of Texas
    Danged ol’ Texas special session! BOOM man! Tell...
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A key next step for Florida scholarship programs: Simplicity
One size doesn’t fit all when it comes to student...
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Microschools and the hype cycle
Microschools have been having a moment, garnering positive headlines in...
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We should view European K-12 pluralism as a floor rather than a ceiling
  As late as the early 1990s, many Americans thought...
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