The latest bad idea from Bernie Sanders is depressingly popular, sayeth the Reason Podcast crew
The presidential candidate suggested at the time that charter schools and traditional public schools can coexist.
The Florida school is running into trouble with the USDA and the school district over anti-milk marketing and school choice politics.
West Virginia Teachers Striking Over Law That Would Allow Charters and Vouchers for Special-Needs Students
Walkout unmasks how unions put kids second when it comes to publicly financed education.
The New Jersey senator was once a big supporter of education reform, but that could be a liability in 2020.
The district's budget is broken, and the latest deal with the unions will make it worse.
Private schools are holding their ground against surging competition and scared regulators.
The LAUSD has seen a 16 percent jump in administrative staffers since 2004-and per pupil spending has been marching steadily upwards.
Until we can get government entirely out of education, we'll have to keep fighting to preserve and expand our ability to choose what's right for our kids.
Decades after Brown v. Board of Education, Choice Finally Integrated Schools in Alabama's Poorest County
Opponents of charter schools often claim that school choice will segregate K-12 education. Sumter County, Alabama proves them wrong.
Rising benefits costs and a bloated administration is putting Los Angeles' schools deep in the red.
Seeing your kids held hostage in a battle between government factions is a great incentive to look for alternatives.
Charter Schools Take Unnecessary Risk With Blistering Attacks on California Gubernatorial Frontrunner
If Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom wins in November, will he punish charters for their efforts?
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.
Officials tasked with setting up charter school rules are imposing onerous regulations instead.
It's not racist to want access to school choice. It's racist to deny it.
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.
Sydney Chaffee was the first charter school teacher to win the national honor.
School board election winner wants to see lessons of successful charters replicated within district.
Don't waste time arguing about public education, says Thales founder Bob Luddy. Head for the exits.
Ignoring this populist movement does not help the left with families.
A private school in Atlanta provides a safer alternative.
Trump's choice of education secretary will prompt a fight over who has control.
Democrats: Not pro-choice.
'I was confused and upset by their decision'
Former lawmaker and school choice activist starts her own academy.
Shifting students to better schools gets better outcomes. Imagine that.
Capital Prep's operator doesn't like teachers unions, so teachers don't like him.
More Detroit Public School Principals Have Been Charged With Crimes in 2016 Than All the Charter School CEOs in John Oliver's Rant
To paraphrase Oliver, parents in Detroit should Google their local public school to ensure it wasn't previously run by a principal who pleaded guilty to theft.
Charter schools tend to offer a better product than public schools, and so parents of all backgrounds flock to them.
Students Matter, the group behind California's Vergara suit, asserts laws making it harder for poor kids to get into magnet or charter schools violates a federal right to education.
Curriculum changes and marketing strategies.
Public charters help students and traditional schools perform better.
Teachers unions want to sabotage charters, even though they help poor black kids.
Language that was mildly positive toward reform efforts was beaten back by public school activists.
As the world becomes more digital, why must students be taught an archaic skill?
Using collected data, the state identified schools heavily prone to expelling and suspending students.
"I believed in big government until I met it up close."