School Choice Supporters Weigh Bold Transfer to Florida

Florida has become a national leader on private school selection for quite a long time. The state's tax credit scholarship program is the largest...

The training Exchange: Florida Tax Credit Scholarships Boost College Enrollment

The Florida Tax Credit (FTC) scholarship program is a nation's largest private school choice program. A new study finds that students who enroll in private...

The Risks Exceed the Rewards: A Nationwide Federal Tax Credit Scholarship Program

Education choice is so very important to children round the country. Every parent needs to give their student the opportunity succeed. But pursuing parent choice...

In news reports: Betsy DeVos Backs $5 Billion in Tax Credits for School Choice

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos announced a $5 billion program to fund scholarships to personal schools as well as other educational programs via a federal...

Private School Choice Helps Students Avoid Prison and Unplanned Pregnancies

Schools are required that will help shape the skills necessary to live an effective life and play a role in society. The theory, programs...

In news bulletins: Millennials Tend to Support School Choice – a SXSWedu Panel Reveals...

According to recent polls, adults who have been born between 1981 and 1996 have a tendency to think favorably about charter schools, vouchers, as...

Reform Agenda Gains Strength

Complete survey results available here. In these essays, we identify some of the key findings on the sixth annual Education Next-PEPG Survey, a nationally representative...

Does School Choice Reduce Crime?

Evaluations of school-reform measures typically concentrate on the outcomes that happen to be most easily quantified, namely, test scores, being a proxy for long-term...

Straddling the Democratic Divide

Secretary of Education Arne Duncan's Senate confirmation hearing in January was thick with encomiums. He was praised by Democrat Tom Harkin of Iowa with...

Brighter Choices in Albany

"Well, I said we'd range from 10:30 to noon," Bob Ward reminded the competition, endeavoring to end a sold-out public policy forum on "Charter...

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