Public Charter Movement is Healthy and Growing Nationwide

Yesterday, the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools (NAPCS) released a new study examining charter schools state-by-state and analyzed the overall health of the charter movement across the country at an event at the Fordham Institute. Using a system of … Continued

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Hispanic Heritage Month – Arizona educational choice program has helped Nydia reach her goals

Nydia Salazaar and her mother immigrated to the United States from Peru and focused on fulfilling their American Dream. Nydia always set her sights on attending a local private school in their area known for its academic excellence. Thanks to Arizona’s … Continued

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Blog: Hope the Badger State

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

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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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Blog: Fact & Fiction – PDK Poll Uses Unreliable Voucher Question (Again)

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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