The American Federation for Children, the nation’s voice for educational choice, applauds the U.S. Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor & Pensions (HELP) after the committee voted favorably to send Betsy DeVos’ nomination for U.S. Secretary of Education to the Senate floor.
Today, Democratic leaders from across the country, some representing some of the nation’s most troubled schools, have come together to announce their support for Betsy DeVos for Secretary of Education. In their statements, these leaders cited her support for public education and record as a fearless champion who refuses to be intimidated by the education […]
Get answers to questions about the Louisiana Scholarship Program, including participating schools and eligibility requirements to enroll in the 2017-2018 school year. Tuesday, January 31st 6:00 – 7:00 pm District 2 CEC 7901 Crowder Blvd. | New Orleans Thursday, February 2nd 6:00 – 7:00 pm St. Mary’s Academy 6905 Chef Menteur Blvd. | New Orleans […]
The Louisiana Federation for Children joined with New Orleans parents, grandparents and community leaders to celebrate the success Louisiana’s school choice options. During a Community Leaders Breakfast, LFC president Ann Duplessis, discussed the opportunities school choice options afford New Orleans families. Following the breakfast, St. Mary’s Academy hosted a campus tour and celebration of school choice.
During the celebration of National School Choice Week, we share stories of how Louisiana’s families utilize the state’s education options, including public charter schools, traditional public schools, scholarship schools, online schools, and homeschooling. The Smith Family It was a school choice that started on the basketball court. Angela Smith and Carlos Butler’s son Thailand wanted to […]
In the final installment of “School Choice, A Family Choice” during LFC’s celebration of National School Choice Week, we share the story of a Louisiana family that is taking advantage of the state’s educational choice options, including public charter schools, traditional public schools, scholarship schools, online schools, and homeschooling.