LFC Daily News Clips | August 1, 2017

Good Morning

LFC President Ann Duplessis appeared on Baton Rouge (WXOK – Heaven 1460 and MAX 94.1) over the weekend discussing Louisiana’s school choice opportunities. Click here to listen.

Op-ed in today’s Advocate says RAND Corp. study shows good things are happening under education superintendent John White.

Enjoy your day. – Paul


The Advocate
Our Views: National study shows some good things are happening under John White’s watch

First NBC shuts down; hundreds of parents lose funding for their children’s education

The News Star
Judge takes motion to dismiss Excellence suit under advisement

The Advocate
Central plans to advertise soon to replace outgoing schools superintendent Faulk

The Advertiser
Study: Louisiana’s education system ranks lowest in nation

Louisiana Federation for Children

Ann Duplessis discusses Louisiana’s school choice options on Baton Rouge radio

Mississippi Public Broadcasting
Governor Pushes For More School Choice

The Heartland Institute
Research & Commentary: Contrary To Union Rhetoric, School Voucher Programs Help To Integrate Schools

Do charter schools hurt their neighboring schools? A new study of New York City schools says no — they help.

‘I think that’s blood money’: Arne Duncan pushed charters to reject funds from Trump admin if budget cuts approved

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