MILWAUKEE (Nov. 19, 2014) – The Wisconsin Federation for Children applauds the parents and the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) who have sued to end public school discrimination against children with special needs. “We applaud the brave parents … Continued
Washington, D.C. (Nov. 10, 2014) – The American Federation for Children (AFC), the nation’s voice for educational choice, issued the following statement, upon learning of the passing of former Wisconsin State Representative Annette “Polly” Williams: “Polly Williams was a tireless … Continued
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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As the nation recognizes Down Syndrome Awareness Month, an Arizona family shares the story of their daughter, Salima. Thanks to Arizona’s Empowerment Scholarship Account program, Salima is able to attend the school that best fits her unique needs. Salima’s journey … Continued
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The Ready to Plagiarize “Wisconsin Children First 4-Point Education Reform Agenda” MILWAUKEE (Sept. 26, 2014) Recognizing it takes “hundreds of hours” to draft original plans, today the Wisconsin Federation for Children offered a “ready to plagiarize” education reform agenda. … Continued
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Kim Martinez, national correspondent for the American Federation for Children is in Wisconsin this week meeting with parents, students and visiting schools to hear firsthand how educational choice is changing lives in the Badger State. “School visits, sitting down with … Continued