This week, Doctors John F. Witte and Patrick J. Wolf published a research paper titled “The Wisconsin Role in the School Choice Movement.” Here’s a graphic of what the research paper concluded:
More children will have access to state-funded school choice programs thanks to two bills passed by the Oklahoma Legislature this year.
The Urban League of Louisiana, Louisiana Federation for Children and Stand for Children Louisiana honored outstanding teachers during the first ever Teachers Appreciation Brunch.
The Louisiana Federation for Children (LFC), the state’s voice for educational choice, wishes to thank members of Louisiana’s Senate Education Committee for defeating legislation that sought to weaken the Louisiana Scholarship Program (LSP). Senate Bill 13 would have placed restrictions on the eligibility of Kindergarten students entering the LSP.
On Wednesday, April 26, African American mayors from across the country convened in the nation’s capital for a two-day conference, hosted by the African American Mayors Association (AAMA), to discuss “Change, Challenge, and Opportunity.”
Parents of K-12 children in Washington, D.C. were big winners as Congress completed work on the Fiscal Year 2017 budget bill. The bill reauthorizes the highly successful D.C. Opportunity Scholarship Program