Good Morning Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump laid out his education policy yesterday with strong support of school choice. AFC founding board member Kevin P. Chavous says he doesn’t support Trump and challenges Hillary Clinton to do the same. http://bit.ly/2cdsMI3 Have a great weekend! – Paul
Monthly Archives: September 2016
During the past several months, the Louisiana Scholarship Program has endured many challenges. The program’s funding has been under constant threat from opponents who have sought to take advantage of the state’s budget crisis.
The American Federation for Children applauds passage in the U.S. Senate Committee on Indian Affairs of a bill to expand education savings accounts to tribal children who are attending federally-funded Bureau of Indian Education (BIE) schools in four states.
Good Morning Unlike Louisiana, the new school year is getting underway across the nation. I will be sharing in this space AFC Blog stories celebrating the 50 school choice programs in 25 states plus the District of Columbia, as well as the millions of children enrolled in charter schools across the country.
The Department of Revenue released the first study showing academic achievement among Alabama Scholarship Program students. The study was conducted by the Institute for Social Science Research (ISSR) at the University of Alabama.
“You are impacting the lives of thousands of children.” That was Ann Duplessis’ message to the audience attending the Urban League of Greater New Orleans 2016 Legislative Breakfast.