Good Morning We’re keeping a close eye on the special legislative session, especially any action that could negatively impact the Louisiana Scholarship Program. LFC president Ann Duplessis is quoted in today’s article in The Advocate on threats to the program. http://bit.ly/1KXGm2s. Also today, Ann Duplessis, has a new column on Medium. Today is leap day. […]
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Good Morning LFC president Ann Duplessis participated yesterday in the Education Research Alliance for New Orleans’ panel discussion on the future of the Louisiana Scholarship Program, held in conjunction with the release of a new study on the Scholarship program. As we move past the first year of the statewide expansion of the program in […]
Good Morning The Louisiana Department of Education has released its 2014-15 Nonpublic School Choice Programs Annual Report. The report shows that over the last five years, the achievement gap between the Louisiana Scholarship Program and the statewide average has been cut nearly in half, from 32 percentage points in 2011 to 18 percentage points in […]
The Louisiana Department of Education released the 2015 Louisiana Nonpublic School Choice Annual Report, finding students using the Louisiana Scholarship Program making significant academic gains. “Now, four years into the statewide expansion of the program, we are seeing significant academic gains.
Good Morning On Monday, the Education Research Alliance for New Orleans will release a series of four new studies on the Louisiana Scholarship Program. In conjunction with the reports’ release, a panel discussion will be held with state leaders – including LFC president Ann Duplessis – and the authors of the reports. The panel discussion […]