Today, LFC launches its “School Choice, A Family Choice” series. During the celebration of National School Choice Week, we will share stories of how Louisiana’s families utilize the state’s education options, including public charter schools, traditional public schools, scholarship schools, online schools, and homeschooling.
LFC President Ann Duplessis discusses school choice and the opening of the Louisiana Scholarship Program application period with Talk 107.3-FM’s Clarence Buggs.
WNBA legend, 4-time Olympic gold medal winner and Champion for Choice, Lisa Leslie joined Louisiana Scholarship Program families in Baton Rouge on Tuesday (Dec. 13) at the Louisiana Federation for Children’s Christmas Celebration.
By Paul Dauphin The goals of providing parents with quality education options and business owners seeking a highly trained workforce shouldn’t be mutually exclusive.
Wednesday, December 7th 6:00 – 7:00 pm Resurrection Of Our Lord Elementary School 4861 Rosalia Dr. | New Orleans
By Paul Dauphin Shepherd is defined as a person who protects, guides, or watches over a person or group of people. As president/principal of Good Shepherd School in New Orleans, Thomas Moran, Jr. can be viewed in such a role.
By Paul Dauphin It’s being called Louisiana’s Great Flood of 2016. In August, the Baton Rouge area was inundated by a historic rain event. The rain began falling on a Thursday morning and it seemed it would never stop.
By Paul Dauphin On Saturday, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People ratified a proposal calling for a moratorium on public charter school expansion.