In the wake of recent tragedies in Baton Rouge, Dallas, Minnesota, Orlando and around the world, educators and parents struggle with the impact these events are having on children.
Education leaders and policy makers gathered in Baton Rouge this week to discuss the success and future challenges of Louisiana’s school choice movement during the Mini Policy Summit on School Choice. Former Louisiana Superintendent of Education Paul Pastorek stressed the importance of building on the progress made during the past decade to an audience that […]
The Louisiana Federation for Children (LFC), the state’s voice for educational choice; along with the Black Alliance for Educational Options (BAEO), a national organization advocating for parental choice on behalf of low-income and working-class families; and the Louisiana Association of Public Charter Schools (LAPCS), the only statewide entity dedicated to advocating for charter schools at […]
The runoff election for Louisiana’s governor, along with legislative and Board of Elementary and Secondary Education seats is taking place in less than two weeks. It would be instructive for aspiring and current elected officials to understand how voters feel about issues related to educational choice. The Louisiana Association of Public Charter Schools (LAPCS) surveyed […]