Louisiana for Children President Ann Duplessis discusses school choice as a moral and civil right. “We are still in a major war against inequity in education. School choice is leveling the playing field,” said Duplessis.
The American Federation for Children (AFC), the nation’s voice for educational choice, applauds the Trump Administration’s push to ensure that every child in America has access to a great education.
AFC Applauds the Passage of the Course Access Program by Large, Bipartisan Majority in Missouri House
Yesterday, the Missouri House passed a bill that will expand the opportunity for high school students to enroll in classes at another school or virtually. The bill received wide bipartisan support with a vote margin of 124-31.
The American Federation for Children (AFC), the nation’s voice for educational choice, urges the Trump Administration and Congress to act with urgency to facilitate educational opportunity for millions of K-12 students who are trapped in schools that are not meeting their needs.
The Alabama Federation for Children, the state’s voice for educational choice, released a study that shows the scholarship tax credit program set up by the Alabama Accountability Act saved the state of Alabama $29.9 million over the course of 2014 and 2015.
LFC congratulates Dr. RaeNell Houston on being named superintendent of Archdiocese of New Orleans Catholic schools
The Louisiana Federation for Children, the state’s voice for educational choice, congratulates Dr. RaeNell Houston, who was named Superintendent of Catholic Schools in the Archdiocese of New Orleans.
LFC President Ann Duplessis discusses the Louisiana Scholarship Program application period with WYLD-FM’s Hal Clark.
By Paul Dauphin During the debate in the U.S. Senate over the confirmation of Betsy DeVos as Secretary of Education, much of the focus centered on partisan political differences and intense opposition from special interest groups. Not enough attention was devoted to the stories of parents who want the very best education for their children.