Jeb Bush: ‘Latest attack on parental choice by an entrenched education establishment’
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
The Department of Education will be able to set standards for all America’s schools, including charters
Eric Holder’s Justice Department tries to keep minority students in failing schools
‘Vouchers for private schools are an affront’ (and may cause terrorism)
‘This is a huge victory… [but] the fight isn’t over,’ says Rep. Eric Cantor
Its numbers don’t track even close to federal census data on poverty
Why is the president fighting against opportunities for DC’s underprivileged children?
As DC ground to a halt — not much slower than usual — states carried on better than ever.
Is he really the education reformer he’s cracked up to be?
‘Damn the children! Save government education!’
Alexander: ‘We got rid of the draft but we still have pupil assignment’
African-American Democrats in the Tar Heel State are speaking out in favor of school choice.