LFC Daily News Clips | May 4, 2017

Good Morning

During a White House event yesterday, President Trump and Vice President Pence celebrated the achievements of students in the D.C. Opportunity Scholarship Program. The D.C. Opportunity Scholarship Program is now in its 13th year serving Washington’s most disadvantaged students. Nearly 6,600 children from low-income District families have been awarded scholarships since the program began in 2004-2005.

Statement from John Schilling, Chief Operating Officer at the American Federation for Children, applauding the administration’s commitment to school choice: http://bit.ly/2pJpUdU


Some schools gamed Louisiana’s teacher evaluations, report says

Louisiana’s learning-disabled students graduate at low rates, report says

American Federation for Children

AFC Applauds President, Vice President, and Secretary of Education’s Commitment to School Choice

Gov. Holcomb to speak at AFC’s National Policy Summit

More than 1,500 Rally in Support of School Choice at Ohio Statehouse

The Daily Signal
DC School Choice Takes Center Stage at the White House

Education Week
New Studies of Federal Vouchers Can’t Use ‘Gold Standard’ Research

Education Week
Trump Talks Up D.C. Vouchers Amid Questions About Their Academic Benefits

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