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
Improvements to Special Need Scholarship Program & Tax Credit Scholarship Program Will Benefit State’s K-12 Children WASHINGTON, D.C. (May 8, 2013) – The American Federation for Children, the nation’s voice for educational choice, today applauded Gov. Nathan Deal (R-Georgia) for … Continued
New York Times article highlights existing problems with Georgia’s tax credit scholarship program, but fails to discuss the low-income students who benefit ATLANTA, GA (May 22) – Today the New York Times (“NYT”) published an article mischaracterizing the Georgia Tax Credit Scholarship … Continued
From The Macon Telegraph: Georgia’s public school system is broken and our children are suffering because of it. Currently, Georgia ranks at the bottom nationally in education, with a 65 percent graduation rate statewide. Simply put, this is not only … Continued
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From School Choice Now!, the official blog of the American Federation for Children. What does an award winning and Grammy nominated musician have to do with education reform? In Georgia—a lot. Marvin Sapp—the eight-time Grammy nominated gospel singer from Grand … Continued
From The South Cobb Patch: State Rep. Alisha Morgan (D-Austell) received the Impact Award Thursday from the Georgia Charter School Association, the highest award given to an individual by the organization. GCSA presented the award to Morgan at the Georgia … Continued
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