The American Federation for Children, the nation’s voice for educational choice, applauds Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval for including funding in his budget for the Nevada Education Savings Account program (ESAs). The Governor’s budget would provide $25 million this year for the ESA program and $35 million for the program next year. The Governor also recommended […]
More than 98,000 children from low-income and working-class families continue to have choice in education.
Poll: Public Support for School Choice Remains Strong, Supportive of Federal Movement to Increase School Choice
The American Federation for Children, the nation’s voice for educational choice, released its third annual National School Choice Poll conducted by Democratic polling firm Beck Research. Results show support for school choice has remained strong with 68% indicating support for the concept.
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.
The Louisiana Federation for Children (LFC), the state’s voice for educational choice, today announced the opening of the statewide application period to participate in the Louisiana Scholarship Program. Beginning Tuesday (Jan. 10), students from across Louisiana can apply to participate in the program, which empowers low-income families with the same opportunity as more affluent parents […]
The Advocate, Ann Duplessis, Jan. 5, 2017 America’s education system has been broken for a very long time. The just-released Program for International Student Assessment, or PISA, results show students in the United States continuing to fall behind their international peers, with scores declining in math, and stagnant in science and reading. We cannot stay […]
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.