Future for School Choice is Bright in Wisconsin

MILWAUKEE (Nov. 10, 2014) – The Wisconsin Federation for Children (WFC) applauds Gov. Scott Walker and legislative leaders who have signaled a desire to lift the onerous enrollment cap on Wisconsin’s statewide school choice program from its 1,000 student limit. … Continued

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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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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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The Ready to Plagiarize “Wisconsin Children First 4-Point Education Reform Agenda”

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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Blog: One Week: Two states expand options

The Institute for Quality Education announced this week that Indiana received nearly 30,000 applications for Indiana’s Choice Scholarship Program. This marks another year of record growth for the Hoosier State’s voucher program, with nearly 10,000 more students applying compared to … Continued

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School Choice Popular in Wisconsin, Could Be Impact Issue in Fall Campaigns

School Choice Popular in Wisconsin, Could Be Impact Issue in Fall Campaigns   MILWAUKEE (Sept. 17, 2014) Brian Fraley with the Wisconsin Federation for Children released the following statement regarding the latest Marquette University Law School Poll: “While the Marquette … Continued

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