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“A State violates the Free Exercise Clause when it excludes religious observers from otherwise available public benefits,” the Supreme Court held.
My NBC News Article on Today's Supreme Court Ruling Barring Discrimination Against Religious Schools in Maine School Choice Program
The decision is an important victory for both the principle of nondiscrimination and parents and students seeking better educational opportunities.
States may not "exclude some members of the community from an otherwise generally available public benefit because of their religious exercise,” says SCOTUS.
Big rulings are coming soon on school choice, guns, and abortion.
Charter schools are included in the mandate that students use facilities of their birth sex, regardless of what students and families might want.
Republicans are in danger of squandering a promising opportunity for education reform on culture war squabbles.
Families should be able to put energy into educating kids rather than fighting over what is taught.
Somebody tell Tim James that his political party actually supports school choice.
It's not supporting “parents’ rights” to censor topics at private schools that families decide to send their children to.
State-level "gag orders" on teaching certain texts and ideas are terrible and utterly predictable in a one-size-fits-all K-12 educational system.
School enrollment based solely on geography must come to an end.
You are not for school choice or parents’ rights when you try to ban race and LGBT subjects in private education.
A major school choice bill is sitting in legislative limbo.
Gov. Spencer Cox supports school choice but will only sign the bill once Utah pays teachers more than any other state.
Charter schools thrived on the freedom to make quick decisions and appeal to like-minded families.
Under H.B. 1557, only the most conservative parents will decide what everybody else’s kids will learn about sexual orientation or gender identity.
Nearly 90 gag-order bills would ban schools from teaching the grisly particulars of American history. This activist is fighting against the censorship and for school choice.
From school shutdowns to insane teachers union demands to frustrated parents, the pandemic has made radical education reform a reality.
An LGBT-Friendly Charter School in the Heart of Alabama Shows the Power and Flexibility of School Choice
But culture war political fights over race and sex education threaten their educational freedom.
The governor's recognition of North Carolina School Choice Week is a welcome gesture, but school choice advocates say his words don't match his actions.
In a new poll, more than two-thirds of parents say they have favorable views about homeschooling, and those numbers are on the rise.
Covid lockdowns, insane teacher-union demands, and fed-up parents are fueling historic breakthroughs in all sorts of education reform.
Biden wants billions for universal preschool, but a new study finds such programs could be harmful for children.
Charters have proved their worth by serving students failed by traditional public schools.
The West Virginia Hope Scholarship lets parents use their kids' per-pupil funding wherever and however works best for them.
School choice is the best alternative for parents who are reasonably frustrated with this insanity.
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Homeschooling, charter schools, and other “alternative” learning approaches are now mainstream.
The science isn't actually on school districts' side.
"It's the taxpayers that are funding this."
The 1619 Project author thinks Terry McAuliffe had it right.
As public schools push them out the door, many families are embracing change in how they educate children.
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Children are too important to be entrusted to unions or government monopolies.