State has paid over a billion dollars to failed schools
Lawmakers ‘haven’t been able to rein in low-performing sponsors and schools’
Charter schools as a whole are improving at a faster rate than traditional public schools.
Not just in governance models, but in the classroom
‘Republicans are going to flex their muscle’
The Christo Rey Network has a 100 percent record of college acceptance for graduates.
What Ramapo got right
Schools are broke and among the state’s worst
School choice is flourishing; we should encourage it by devolving funding and control to the states.
They’re trying to strike down an innovative new program for developmentally challenged kids
Transportation is a key barrier to sending kids to better-performing schools.
Jeb Bush: ‘Latest attack on parental choice by an entrenched education establishment’
Students can use tax credits toward private, religious schools
As Milton Friedman’s birthday is celebrated this week, let’s remember one of his best ideas.
Support for every major reform proposal is high
On education reform and immigration, the former Florida governor is strong
Eventually districts have to make choices between student constituencies.
Less than 1 percent of private schools in America teach creationism.
School choice is ‘abhorrent,’ according to de Blasio
Today, as in Birmingham in the ’60s, the young are leading the way