The governor wants to roll it back, but she doesn't have the votes.
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.
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.
It's not supporting “parents’ rights” to censor topics at private schools that families decide to send their children to.
From school shutdowns to insane teachers union demands to frustrated parents, the pandemic has made radical education reform a reality.
The bill could provide much-needed assistance to students who would otherwise fall through the cracks.
What the author gets right—and wrong—about educational freedom
School closures are the best thing to happen to educational choice.
The jury is still out about whether broad parental subsidies improve outcomes for children
Virginia Walden Ford talks about her role in integrating schools in the 1960s and leading a movement to escape failing public schools four decades later.
In New York, Rich Disabled Kids Get the City to Send Them to Private School. Poor Disabled Kids Get Screwed.
School choice is about extending the privileges of the upper middle class to everyone else.
Seattle's vouchers, passed to give outsiders a leg up, instead act as campaign welfare for well-established candidates.
The alleged fraud highlights the ways in which the controversial program has failed to help outsider candidates.
Tell it to all the minority children in charter schools across the country.
ChoiceMedia's Bob Bowdon vs. Teachers College's Samuel Abrams in New York City last night.
Are Education Savings Accounts the Future of School Choice? What We Saw at the Texas School Choice Rally in Austin
Reason TV visited the capitol building in Austin during National School Choice Week for the Texas School Choice Rally.
By analogy, food stamps recipients shouldn't be forced to shop at state-run supermarkets.
The new fight to bring school choice to the Cornhusker state.
Obama tried to kill the program in 2009 and 2012.
The high priests of the House of Fail do not approve
No educational improvement for poor kids if it takes money out of the pockets of public schools.
With NYC's per pupil spending at $20,000, why can't public schools afford pens?
The sad fact is that the public schools have spent more than $600 billion a year with little to show in terms of science education for public school students.
The best voucher is cash.
But is still requesting the courts allow a federal review of program
To ensure integration, yadda, yadda...
Administration fights school choice for the poor in Louisiana
More options for families
More charter schools and vouchers!
Decisions state wording does not allow student funding to be directed to nonpublic schools
Challenge over whether funds can be used for private schools
More than half of students would be eligible under proposal