by Tiffany Crawford Throughout Louisiana, clergy continues to play an integral role in the school choice movement.
“There is simply no place in the United States of America for racism, bigotry, or supremacy of one group over another. Nor is there any place in America for violence in the expression of one’s views, and our hearts and prayers go out to the victims of the horrific events in Charlottesville, Va.
by Paul Dauphin Working and living in this space where so many of us are advocates for school choice, we often view what we do from the inside out.
By Alkinee Jackson It’s safe to guess that most parents can’t wait to retire and finally have an empty nest. With the responsibilities of a career and child-rearing behind them, they can finally embark on a journey filled with leisure and relaxation, living for themselves, without consideration for anyone else.
Education Reform Leaders: Union Official’s Disingenuous Argument Ignorant of History, “Spat in the face” of Parents and Students of Color
Education reform leaders and school choice advocates Dr. Howard Fuller, Derrell Bradford, Darrell Allison, and Kevin P. Chavous held a conference call following an astonishing attack on families and education reform advocates by AFT President Randi Weingarten.
Yesterday, at an event hosted by the Center for American Progress Action Fund (CAP) and cosponsored by the American Federation of Teachers, school choice opponents attempted to link today’s private school choice movement with Jim Crow-era efforts to resist desegregation by providing white students with vouchers to attend private schools.