The Louisiana House of Representatives advanced House Bill 33. The education savings account legislation by Rep. Phillip DeVillier passed with a 76-25 bipartisan vote.
Black Minds Matter Presents School Founders Day Celebrating Louisiana’s Black Owned/Founded Schools. On Wednesday, April 27th Black Minds Matter, a national movement to celebrate Black minds, support excellence, and promote the development of high-quality school options for Black students, will celebrate Louisiana’s Black Owned/Founded Schools.
Adia Wells is founder and head of school at Ignite Classical School in Shreveport, La. With the school opening in August 2022, Wells discusses Ignite’s unique classical curriculum that integrates rich ideas from history, literature, mathematics, science, art, music, nature study, and five languages.
AFC Louisiana will host a Virtual Student Showcase for National School Choice Week 2022. Join Louisiana’s most talented students in a celebration of school choice. Louisiana’s National School Choice Week Student Showcase will take place on Saturday, January 29th at 11 AM. The showcase can be viewed on YouTube at https://youtu.be/PXZXmNzVn24. Watch live and register […]
The Louisiana Federation for Children, the state’s voice for educational choice, congratulates the newly elected leadership of Louisiana’s Board of Elementary and Secondary Education – James Garvey, president; Kira Orange Jones, vice president; and Sandy Holloway, secretary-treasurer.
Sonny Lee is President/Executive Director of Son of a Saint. Bivian “Sonny” Lee III has dedicated his life to enhancing the lives of fatherless boys in New Orleans. Son of a Saint works to provide middle school and high school scholarships allowing Son of a Saint mentees and others to attend tuition-based schools in the […]
Thomas Moran, President and CEO of The Good Shepherd School, talks about the school’s growing mission of providing school choice options to New Orleans families. The Good Shepherd Giving Hope Campus opens in August 2022 in the Desire-Florida Community of the Ninth Ward.