LFC Daily News Clips | December 1, 2017

Good Morning

  • A new poll quantifying Tennessean’s views on school choice was released at this week’s Foundation for Excellence in Education’s National Summit on Education Reform in Nashville. The poll conducted by Mason-Dixon Polling & Strategy shows that 65 percent of Tennesseans support the issue of school choice. Read more: http://bit.ly/2noS3JV
  • Check out CatholicLife Television’s feature on Cristo Rey Baton Rouge Franciscan High School. http://bit.ly/2ivKSxU
  • As this week wraps up, make sure to submit any last minute videos to the Choices in Education competition – the deadline is today!

Have a great weekend! – Paul


The Advocate
Group puts pressure on school board to improve results in New Orleans

OPSB Sues Einstein Charter Schools Over Transportation Policy

The Lens
Busing dispute at Einstein schools is headed to court

American Federation for Children

Tennessee Poll: Overwhelming Support for School Choice


The 74
Jeb Bush Calls for ‘New Coalitions of the Willing’ to Back Education Reform in Era of Intense Divisiveness

Education Week
Betsy DeVos Links Nation’s Stagnant Test Scores to Lack of Parental Choice

The 74
DeVos Praises ‘Laudable’ Variety in ESSA Plans, Says She’s ‘Just Getting Started’ at Ed Dept.

The Daily Signal
This DC Mom Loves School Choice, and Senate Bill Would Greatly Expand It

Education Week
Proposal for Senate Tax Bill Would Boost School Choice, Fold In Early Education

Education Week
Where the House and Senate GOP Tax Bills Differ on Education

Education Week
School Voucher Programs Leave Parents in the Dark on Disability Rights, Feds Say

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