By Paul Dauphin A few weeks ago I happened upon a news headline that surprised me – in a negative way. “Local failing school to get vice principal, superintendent discussion delayed”
By Paul Dauphin The recent opposition to public charter schools by the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) has sparked a national discussion on the African-American community’s support of charter schools and school choice options. At its national convention in July, the organization approved a resolution calling for a moratorium on the […]
Louisiana has long been home to innovative school choice options. The state’s widespread adoption of charter schools a decade ago has been embraced across the country. Will the newest Bayou State innovation garner a similar same level of acceptance?
During the past several months, the Louisiana Scholarship Program has endured many challenges. The program’s funding has been under constant threat from opponents who have sought to take advantage of the state’s budget crisis.
“You are impacting the lives of thousands of children.” That was Ann Duplessis’ message to the audience attending the Urban League of Greater New Orleans 2016 Legislative Breakfast.
By Paul Dauphin Nearly half of the students who have been on a waiting list to attend private schools through the Louisiana Scholarship Program will have their scholarship awards honored.
University of Arkansas Study: Eliminating or Reducing Louisiana Scholarship Program Funding Will Increase Costs for School Districts
Join us next week as the American Federation for Children releases its first ever school choice Report Card. Private School Choice: How Do Programs Nationwide Stack Up? Release of AFC’s 2016-17 School Choice Report Card Thursday, August 25, 2016