Education & Elections, how POLITICO missed the mark

Education & Elections, how POLITICO missed the mark POLITICO’s story, “GOP schooled on education politics,” falls far short of conveying the reality of the midterm elections, the impact education is having on this cycle, and leaves readers largely uniformed. The … Continued

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Blog: Why we need educational choice

Educational choice programs across the country have successfully given students from low-income families, many of whom are minorities, the opportunity to attend the quality school of their choice. These programs have extended life changing options to children, who otherwise would … Continued

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Blog: Congratulations to education advocate, Malala Yousafzai, for Nobel Peace Prize win

Today Malala Yousafzai, an education advocate, is the youngest person ever to win the Nobel Peace Prize. Malala has fought on behalf of girls and children worldwide for their right to receive an education. After being targeted by the Taliban in … Continued

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Blog: Why a Hispanic Female Democrat decided to support a Republican Gubernatorial Candidate – School Choice

Today Catherine Miranda, a Democratic State House Representative from Arizona, wrote a piece featured in the Arizona Capitol Times describing her reasons for supporting Doug Ducey, the Republican governor candidate. I am a female Hispanic Democrat and I am voting … Continued

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D.C. OSP Continues to Help Most Needy Students Succeed

D.C. OSP Continues to Help Most Needy Students Succeed New Institute for Education Sciences report reinforces need for more aggressive program marketing Washington D.C. (Oct. 7, 2014) — The American Federation for Children, the nation’s voice for educational choice, today … Continued

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