Tag: education savings accounts

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Alaska high court ruling ensures certainty during upcoming school year for thousands of families using unique ed choice program

The news: About 23,000 families who rely on a unique Alaska’s education unique correspondence program that dates to before statehood will not have to scramble to find other educational options after the state supreme court rejected parts of a lawsuit against the state backed by the National Education Association’s Alaska... READ MORE
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Here’s how one parent is doing a la carte learning; imagine what millions could do
  Editor’s note: This post provides a parent’s perspective to...
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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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Utah becomes the latest battleground in the fight over education savings accounts
The headline: Utah’s largest teachers union filed a lawsuit against...
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This former public school teacher created her own school. Now she’s ‘100 percent free.’
  JUPITER, Fla. — When you start your own school,...
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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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MatchED and the way of the future for permissionless education
In the early days of education savings accounts, several of...
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ESA and the bucking of the booted and spurred
Tyton Partners provided an update on the status of Education...
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Wyoming now the 17th state giving families the power to direct public education funding
With Gov. Mark Gordon’s signature, Wyoming is now the 17th...
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Blazing Stars, blazing trails
DADE CITY, Fla. – LaTania Scott and Kameeka Shirley were...
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State scholarship expansions send Jacksonville school’s enrollment soaring
Editor’s note: This story is published in celebration of National...
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