Today, the Louisiana Federation for Children, the state’s voice for educational choice, congratulates the next U.S. Secretary of Education, Betsy DeVos, and applauds the U.S. Senate for voting to confirm an Education Secretary who will put children and families first.
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 […]
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.
The Louisiana Federation for Children (LFC), the state’s voice for educational choice, announced a statewide celebration of educational choice in Louisiana during National School Choice Week, January 22 – 28, 2017. National School Choice Week shines a positive spotlight on effective education options for every child.
LFC President Ann Duplessis discusses school choice and the opening of the Louisiana Scholarship Program application period with Talk 107.3-FM’s Clarence Buggs.
By Paul Dauphin On Saturday, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People ratified a proposal calling for a moratorium on public charter school expansion.
“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.
University of Arkansas Study: Eliminating or Reducing Louisiana Scholarship Program Funding Will Increase Costs for School Districts