The Louisiana Scholarship Program gives parents the opportunity to choose their child’s school, to send their kids to a school in a safe learning environment, giving them a chance at a better education.
Monthly Archives: June 2016
CHAMPION AND FEARLESS ADVOCATE FOR CHILDREN IN NEED OF SCHOOL CHOICE The American Federation for Children, the nation’s voice for educational choice, celebrates the life and legacy of the former Governor George Voinovich, who passed away early Sunday morning. Voinovich, former Cleveland mayor, Governor of Ohio and U.S. Senator, was a longtime champion of private […]
Jalen Robinson is a perfect example of how needs can change for student during his or her scholastic career. Thanks to the Louisiana Scholarship Program, Jalen went from being recommended for special education to one of the top students in her class at New Orleans’ Good Shepherd School.
“Thank you for making it possible for me to get a great education and believe in myself.”
Good Morning Louisiana Association of Public Charter Schools executive director Caroline Roemer’s letter to the editor in The Advertiser makes the case of why charter schools are not the blame for fiscal woes of the Lafayette Parish School Board. http://bit.ly/28wRfka
Louisiana Federation for Children chairman Eddie Rispone discusses the importance of fully funding the Louisiana Scholarship Program.
The American Federation for Children applauds Speaker Paul Ryan for highlighting the importance of school choice in the newly released poverty task force report, “A Better Way.” The report cites the successful D.C. Opportunity Scholarship Program which provides low-income D.C. families access to a quality private school, encouraged Congress to embrace policies that will allow students to […]