Expect a lot of harsh positioning on immigration and China.
Gov. Spencer Cox signed legislation that will provide scholarships to K-12 students who choose nonpublic education.
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Why is Gov. Ron DeSantis acting just like his opposition by attempting to dictate what students are permitted to learn?
Virginia's lieutenant governor wants state education dollars to fund students, not school buildings.
Educators should be responsible to parents and students, not to the government.
The governor wants to roll it back, but she doesn't have the votes.
A legal assault on charter schools will deprive families of educational options.
In the early 20th century, the Klan's virulent nativism and anti-Catholicism fueled its interest in education policy.
At least four different bills are before the General Assembly that would empower parents to use education funds in ways they see fit.
New survey results show that "Americans believe the K-12 education system should redirect its focus on what it means to successfully prepare American students—equipping them with practical skills that prepare them for life."
Healthy cities are a boon not just for those who live in them, but for our entire society.
The state high court rules against the Education Opportunity Act.
Expanding options empowers families and improves education in the country and the city alike.
While open-enrollment policies are intended to provide opportunities regardless of a student's zip code, many states fall short of this goal.
There’s no reason to argue over lessons and policies when you can pick what works for your family.
"The score decline really reflects students' lack of access to a rigorous high school curriculum," says the senior director for state partnerships at ACT.
Data show that students admitted by lottery to San Francisco's Lowell High School are academically faring much worse than their peers.
Citing costs, California Gov. Gavin Newsom struck a victory for parental choice in education.
The school-choice scholar and activist explains why "backpack funding" is here to stay, why Texas is terrible on school choice, why CRT bans are a bad idea, and why even non-parents should care about radical reform.
In the popular imagination, teachers are compensated terribly. What about in the real world?
The intellectual watchdog keeps tabs on everyone from The 1619 Project's Nikole Hannah-Jones to Mises Institute's Hans-Hermann Hoppe in the name of serious scholarship.
Intellectual watchdog Phil Magness talks Nikole Hannah-Jones, Nancy MacLean, Hans-Hermann Hoppe, and Kevin Kruse.
After a whole year of COVID-related learning loss, kids are now losing out on even more instructional time thanks to Seattle's teachers union.
Democrats and Republicans share dismay over how educators handled the pandemic and support alternatives.
Teachers unions and progressive politicians pushed for school closures during the pandemic. New assessments of 9-year-olds suggest a devastating learning loss.
By forcing kids to learn from home, teachers unions did more to promote the need for radical K-12 education reform than a million activists.
School choice would help families escape classroom battles by leaving the battleground.
Enemies of educational freedom are using inane regulations to target learning pods.
Educational freedom is good for everybody but unions, bureaucrats, and the education establishment.
Despite such attacks, school choice programs find broad support from American parents.
Virtual learning was a policy choice, and the politicians who supported it are responsible.
The leading libertarian legal theorist talks about worrying trends at the Supreme Court as a conservative majority takes hold.
Arizona's new law should make alternative school arrangements more accessible than ever to families interested in educating their kids instead of funding bureaucracies.
“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.