In case you missed it, The Wall Street Journal featured the American Federation for Children and Kevin P. Chavous in its “Saturday Interview” section on Sept. 6, 2014. On the School-Choice Barricades Former D.C. councilman Kevin Chavous talks about his battles … Continued
By Matt Frendewey The PDK/Gallup poll was released today. This annual poll is paid for by Phi Delta Kappa, a service organization that supports public education, which is why it should come as no surprise that some of the questions … Continued
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Oklahoma City (July 10, 2014) – A poll released today showed that Oklahoma Republican primary voters want bolder education reforms and a wider array of educational choices for students than the Republican-dominated legislature has delivered, according to the Oklahoma Federation … Continued
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Alabama Educational Choice Candidates Prevail State’s biggest teachers’ union spends big, comes up short The American Federation for Children, the nation’s voice for educational choice, celebrated Tuesday’s primary election results in Alabama. Despite the Alabama Education Association (AEA) … Continued
2014 AFC Policy Summit Recap May 20, 2014 The #EdRevolution has begun! It’s time to stop talking and doing – empowering parents with the opportunity to choose the best education for their child! Today hundreds of like-minded people gathered together … Continued
Kevin P. Chavous, executive counsel to the American Federation for Children, speaks about education reform on “Street Signs” on CNBC.
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