AFC 2014 Policy Summit Day 1 Recap

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

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Georgia’s School Choice Programs Strengthened

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

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What About the Kids? Accurate Portrayal Needed for Scholarship Program that Benefits Thousands of Georgia’s Low-income Students

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

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EDITORIAL: Parental school choice is the civil rights issue of the 21st century

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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NEWS: Morgan Receives State Charter School Association’s Highest Award

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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